Gabriela Nguena Jones
Founder | CEO
Gabriela "Gabby" Nguena Jones is the founder & CEO at Teens Tutor Teens, a subsidiary branch of her family owned non-profit: Elise Veronique Helping Hands. Structured on humility & family, she strives for academic success for not only herself, but her peers as well. In addition to being a tutor at t^3, Gabby is a member at her local NAACP & in the Ron Brown GPS program. In her free time, Gabby loves to cook & is an exceptional double bassist. She is the principal bassist of her school's honor orchestra & has been a bassist in GYSO& EYSO and principal bassist in EJCO & MYSO. An aspiring surgeon & learning enthusiast, Gabby hopes to pass down t^3 for years to come & hopes to extend the opportunity for educational success for students nationwide.
Rhea Pandit is the media manager at Teens Tutor Teens. As an empathetic & engaging individual who has worked with children of all ages from a variety of backgrounds, Rhea hopes to provide each of her peers with a personalized & flexible learning experience. Rhea hopes to instill a new level of confidence in peers who are passionate about bettering not only their educational careers but themselves.
President of Left Branch
Dana is Co-president of T^3. Her determination and desire to innovate are activated in her work through the universal denominator of creating space for change. She is fascinated with diverse perspectives and enjoys all art forms. Ultimately, she aspires to create change and work toward a more inclusive world.
Erin So Kim
President of Right Branch
Erin Kim is Co-President of T^3. Built on passion and focus, she doesn’t hesitate to jump into what needs to be done. She often enjoys to go to the park with her dogs or hang out with her family when she has the time. One day, Erin aspires to become a excellent anesthesiologist to be able to give back to the people of her community.
Vice-president of Left Branch
Sravani Bhamidipaty is a student at Adlai E. Stevenson High School. She strives for success in education and believes that every child should have an opportunity for education. She’s passionate about helping others in academics. She loves to play badminton. Her career goal is to become a computer scientist.
Vice-president of Right Branch
Meghna Raman goes to the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology. Her dedication and drive for helping others has allowed her to make small changes in her community. She aspires to continue this on a larger scale and volunteer internationally. She loves animals and enjoys hanging out with friends in her free time. She hopes to one day be a forensic psychologist and make a difference in the world.
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