Cindy Felso has been teaching, tutoring and mentoring students for more than twenty years. In addition to teaching numerous math and logic classes to North Georgia students, she has had the privilege of homeschooling her own five children from the beginning of their educational journey. Throughout her years of homeschooling, she developed a passion for Christian Classical Education, cemented by witnessing how well it worked to prepare her oldest two children for success in college and beyond. Cindy earned her B.A. at Rutgers University in economics and her M.Ed. in Educational Technology from George Washington University. Currently she is in her final year of doctoral work in Educational Psychology at Regent University where she is working on dissertation research studying “Homeschooling Parents’ Mathematical Self-Efficacy”. When she’s not teaching or studying, you’ll find her hiking with the family in the North Georgian Mountains or spending time with her miniature dachshund “Brutus Maximus”.