Today, Munir Noorali is the Instructor of the newly opened Kumon Math and Reading Center of Fremont - Central District, and is excited to get to work increase academic confidence and independence in even more area children.
Sonya Groves has impacted the lives of young minds as an English teacher for 15 years. Groves is currently a doctoral candidate in Culture, Literacy, and Language at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
For much of his career, Kawai Chan worked in the Information Technology (IT) industry, but after a shift at the company, he knew he wanted to make a change professionally and become a small business owner.
After seeing the success that her own children were having in the Kumon Math and Reading Program, Raza decided it was time for her to start her own career by opening Kumon Math and Reading Center of Noblesville.
Out of thousands of high achieving Kumon Students from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, just 56 were selected to attend the second annual Kumon Student Conference in Calgary, Canada on July 18th.
With a degree in psychology and elementary education, Ellia Jang had a passion for working with children. She also had a dream of following in her parents’ footsteps and becoming a small business owner.
When researching Kumon as a business option, Christina Ndoh quickly saw the benefits offered were far superior to most educational franchises and ultimately decided to open Kumon Math and Reading Center of Brier Creek.
Naazesh Mirza volunteered teaching math and English in schools in India for seven years. Upon moving to the United States in 2016, she knew she wanted to continue working with children and started researching various franchise opportunities.
After working in the medical research industry for a few years, Shalini Outram decided to stay home to raise her kids until they were ready for school. During that time, she enrolled her preschool daughter in the Kumon Math and Reading Program.
After seeing the success her nieces and nephews were having in the Kumon Math and Reading Program, Roshni Patel wanted to enroll her small children. The only problem - the closest Kumon Center was 45 minutes away