Math Mentors

Ryan Ferree

Math Program Director, Mentor: Intermediate Math I (Morning), Intermediate Math II (Morning), Math Lab, All Self-Paced Program Math Courses

Ryan Ferree was born in Galveston, Texas grew up in Havana, Illinois, and currently resides in the outskirts of Lexington, Virginia with his wife, six daughters, and many farm animals. He served in the U.S. Air Force, living in places like Minot, ND and Guam, and has a Masters in Math Education from Nova Southeastern University. Ryan served his mission in the Utah Salt Lake City South mission.

He has many experiences ranging from engineering in the Air Force to finances as an accountant and, of course, teaching. Not only has he homeschooled his own children but has taught both in the physical classroom and in online environments. In teaching, he strives to help students match their passions with what they are learning in the class.

Speaking of passions, Ryan loves working with his small, but growing homestead. From taking care of his many chickens and honey bees to growing vegetables in his garden, he enjoys it all. Ryan also enjoys reading, studying history, spending time with his family, and playing disc golf.

Corey Grint

Mentor: Algebra 1 (all live)

Corey loves living in the small town of Vernal, Utah with her husband, two sons and dog Max. She graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in Mathematics and served a mission in Seoul, South Korea. Corey has a passion for math and has been tutoring math for the past 15 years. She has been homeschooling for the past three years and feels blessed for the freedom and opportunities it brings her family. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, rock climbing, amusement parks, traveling, board games and watching movies with her family; cooking, puzzles and reading by herself.

IMG_9238b (1)Amy Cloud

Mentor: Algebra 2 (all live), Pre-Calculus (all live)

Amy Cloud earned a B.A. degree in Political Science and Economics from Brigham Young University in 2016. During her time as a student, Amy traveled to the Middle East to work and study on two separate occasions. Additionally, she was blessed with the opportunity to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cambodia. After graduation, she enlisted in the US Army as an Arabic linguist in order to serve her country. She served honorably for 5 years and during that time had the privilege to go on a combat deployment to Iraq. Through college and the military, Amy has a wide variety of teaching experience including; foreign languages, math, science, political science, and computer technology.

Amy currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and loves spending time with her nieces and nephews. She loves outdoor adventures, traveling to other countries, and learning about other cultures. Amy enjoys debating, working with her hands and spending time with her dog.