Jon Adams-Moore

Jonathan served as a Peace Corps volunteer from 2011-2013 in Matekela village, Tanzania. There he worked alongside nurses at the Matekela Rural Health Center to provide health education and holistic support to young mothers and their families. He assisted in founding the LESCOTA library in Matekela village. Jonathan holds a BA in Behavioral Neuroscience from Western Washington University. He currently resides in California and is pursuing a career in medicine. Jonathan enjoys riding bicycles as well as swimming in the Pacific Ocean.

Greg Haman

Greg served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer from 2006-2009 in Mikalanga, Tanzania where he taught Biology and English at Mikalanga secondary school. He also worked as the school librarian, improving access to books at the school and led several conferences on health education and youth empowerment. He received his B.A. in Biology and Philosophy from Carleton College in 2006, M.D. from Harvard Medical School in 2015, and completed internal medicine residency in 2018 at University of Chicago. He currently provides primary care in Willimantic, CT.

Michael Neumann

Michael Neumann served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer from 2004-2007 as a secondary school physics and math teacher in Mapera, Tanzania. He also facilitated a girls’ empowerment conference, organized inter-school physics competitions, led a school trip up Kilimanjaro, installed solar power, and arranged for the planting and caring for of fruit trees at his school. He holds an M.S. and B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University. Recently he has been involved in implementing a water project and giving photovoltaic system training in Tanzania for Engineers Without Borders. He is currently a Teaching Assistant at Santa Clara University while working on his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. He has been Executive Director since December 2015.

Brian Sterr

Brian served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer from 2004-2007 in Tandahimba, Tanzania where he taught mathematics at a public secondary school. In addition to teaching, he started a girls’ soccer team, created new sports fields, led a field trip up Mt. Kilimanjaro, and tutored students for their national exams. He received his Bachelor’s degree in History, Math, and German from Ripon College in 2004. He holds Master’s degrees in Math Education, Mathematics, and International Affairs from the City College of New York. He served as Executive Director of TETEA from 2012 to 2015. Currently, Brian is a math teacher at Stuyvesant High School in New York City. He is also involved with coaching the New York City Math Team for high school students.