Roma Moore

My teaching style is to keep the mood light and fun while also being as clear as possible. My goal is to teach the students how to approach problems in a way that is the most intuitive as possible for each particular student. In my career, I have successfully completed more than 90 programs. I have experience tutoring neuro-divergent students with a wide variety of learning differences including OCD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, and ADHD. I have experience working with students that love math and I have experience working with students that loathe math. I provide academic support from elementary level math to 2nd year calculus as well as ISEE, SSAT, and SAT test preparation. I also tutor in AP and grade-level Chemistry, Biology, and Physics as well as tutoring Reading, Writing, and Grammar at the elementary and middle school level. 

I am a Bay Area native and currently live in San Francisco, CA. I graduated from UC Berkeley receiving a bachelor’s degree in Pure Mathematics and Molecular Biology with a minor in Art History. I now work as a research engineer at a biomedical research non-profit called Gladstone Institutes. There I work on robotic microscopes that we use to image and study neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzeheimers and ALS.