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Nouf Aldossary

Saudi Arabia

“I believe in GMP as a tool to open a door to the joy of mathematics.”

Nouf Aldossary

I am a passionate mathematics teacher in intermediate school in Saudi Arabia. I have MA degree in distance learning program. I am interested in ancient mathematics history, creative problem solving. Winner of local, regional, and international awards in instructional design, pedagogy, and mathematics.
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Roy Tomlinson

Japan

“I believe in GMP because it will provide our students with a common joyful experience, K-12 in mathematics. ”

Roy Tomlinson

I have taught at 5 different schools in 4 different countries including Singapore, Japan, The United States and The Philippines. I have over 20 years of math teaching experience, 15 of those years coming in overseas schools.
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Cassandra Lee

Hong Kong

“I believe that youths can become excited about math thanks to the unique opportunities provided by GMP. ”

Cassandra Lee

A writer, artist, musician and mathematician, Cassandra loves to push the boundaries of what is possible. She now does research and teaches mathematics.
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James Kinuthia

Kenya

“I support GMP and I believe Mathematics fun. It is our obligation to spread the fun to all students.”

James Kinuthia

James has enjoyed the past 12 years simplifying maths content to assist students in overcoming their fears and discovering their strength. He thrives in challenges to simplify any content.
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Pranshu Poddar

India

“I support the Global Math Project because I believe that integration of Mathematics with every field is substantial and it is important that students of all ages understand the wide ranging applications of Math, and are not restricted to contemporary institutional mathematics.”

Pranshu Poddar

Pranshu is an entrepreneur trying to bring about change in the Indian schooling techniques, enriching students to a more holistic subject knowledge. He is also a student who wishes to pursue his Masters in Computational Mathematics.
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Sandhya Gupta

India

“I support GMP because it would make quality learning of math accessible to all irrespective of economic or social background.”

Sandhya Gupta

Sandhya Gupta is the founder of Aavishkaar, a center for Science, Arts, Math and Technology in Himachal Pradesh, India, which aims to make learning a joyful exprience, and make quality learning accessible to all irrespective of their economic or social background. Sandhya is a math & science enthusiast, an electrical engineer, and a women's education advocate. She earned her PhD in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University (Iowa, USA).
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Gülhanım Dursun

Turkey

“I believe in GMP because math is for life and it is not a nightmare.”

Gülhanım Dursun

I am primary school teacher, scientific ambassador, teacher trainer, math books writers, project coordinator, coding trainer.
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Michelle Kreuzer

United States

“I believe in GMP because everyone should have the opportunity to experience the beauty and joy in mathematics!”

Michelle Kreuzer

Michelle is a mathematics educator who is continually looking for ways to engage learners in mathematics. She works with teachers to design lessons with accessibility and equity in mind and encourages students to break the stereotype of the American mathematician.