Keith always enjoyed tutoring students in a variety of school subjects. But it was math that always stood above the rest. The excitement of math stemmed from its use in thousands of inventions and scientific discoveries.
Keith earned graduate degrees in engineering and business from leading universities. He has also worked in numerous technical positions, including Undergraduate teacher, Software Engineer, Hardware Engineer, Product Manager and senior business leader in a number of organizations such as University of Colorado, Texas Instruments, Intel, and Qualcomm. His work experience highlights the practical importance of understanding math, which is used in diverse functions such as marketing, engineering, operations, and finance.
Keith continues to help teach others in a variety of subjects. He currently lives in San Diego, CA with his wife and three beautiful children.
David has been teaching math for over ten years. He started teaching while working on his masters as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania. After finishing his masters and before starting a PhD program in math, he spent the summer at Stanford University teaching gifted 5th and 6th graders for the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth program. He wrote the Math Problems and Solutions Guide while working on his doctorate in mathematics at the University of California in San Diego. When he is not working on his research or writing his next book, Infinity in Wonderland, he can be found at the Pannikin in La Jolla, surfing or rock climbing.