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    About Us

    Think Tutoring is proud to serve students in Florham Park, East Hanover, Madison, Morristown, Livingston, Millburn, Short Hills, and more.  We have a passion for helping kids reach their goals.  Building confidence and motivation is what we are about at Think Tutoring.

    Think Tutoring Staff

    At Think Tutoring, we maintain the highest standards for our instructors.  We use certified teachers, many of who hold advanced degrees in education and who have broad and deep experience as professional educators.  We also employ long-standing special education classroom assitants and expert mathematicians.

    We match our instructors specifically with the needs of each child, from reading specialists to kids with learning disabilities (for which we have numerous special-ed certified instructors on staff) to instructors who pass rigorous SAT and ACT assessments. All of our tutors receive ongoing training in Think Tutoring instructional systems.

    Center Directors and Instructors (partial list)

    Kimberly H. Mongak, B.A., M.A. Kim has been the director of Think Tutoring for almost 10 years.  She is passionate about teaching and helping kids. She has also taught in both Morris and Passaic County school districts.  She has a B.A. Degree in History from Fairleigh Dickinson University, summa cum laude, as well as an M.A. in Education, also from Fairleigh Dickinson.   She is the recipient of the Peter Sammartino Education Scholarship for outstanding achievement in Education and was nominated for Outstanding Future Teacher.  She hopes to bring continued success to our Think Tutoring students.

    Christy Morris, B.A., M.A. Christy has been and continues to be a highly valued instructor at Think Tutoring. She is now co-director. Christy has previously worked in a private special education elementary/middle school in Passaic County.  She worked directly with kids with a variety of learning and behavioral disabilities. She has her B.A. Degree from Felician College where she was awarded the title of Woman of the Year.  She also earned her M.A. from Montclair State Univertsity. 

    Meghan Mattison, B.A.  Meghan is a distinguished graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey.  She received her BA in Literature and Education in addition to her NJ teaching certification.  Since 2005, she has taught in the Woodbridge Public School District, UC Teams Charter School in Plainfield, and Sparta.  She has taught mathematics, language arts, reading, science, and African-American history. 

    Michael Splendorio, B.A., M.A.  Michael has taught High School and Middle School Mathematics in Irvington, Florham Park, and Chatham. He has been involved in many Scholarship and tutoring volunteer programs working with inner city schools. Michael has also taught advanced and basic computer skills to children and adults.

    Suzanne DiTaconni, B.S. M.A. Suzanne earned her BA in psychology and MA in special education from the College of Saint Elizabeth.  She additionally achieved teaching certifications in both elementary and special education.  At the College of Saint Elizabeth, Suzanne became a member of Pi Chi, the national honor society for psychology students and Keep Delta Pi, the national honor society for teachers.

    In her first six years of teaching, Suzanne taught autistic children in all grade levels. For the past three now,  she has gained experience working with deaf and hard of hearing children at an early intervention preschool. Lastly, she has tutored elementary and middle school children specializing in reading, language arts, and math.

    Rosalinda Mulcahy, B.A. M.A. is a graduate of Madison High School and holds a BA in English/Education from  the University of Delaware.  With 28 years of experience in the classroom (4 in parochial and 24 in public), she has been a coach, mentor, faculty liaison, and class advisor throughout her career in education.  She has taught sections of AP, Honors, College Preparatory, Basic, and Special Education co-teaching classes at the secondary level.