Who We Are
Mind Bubble fosters a love of learning by connecting students with community members through free tutoring, workshops, and games. We strive to create a relaxed learning environment where many of life’s most important lessons can be learned while having fun.
Mind Bubble is an inclusive community that is committed to respecting students for being themselves. Mind Bubble does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), cultural heritage, gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
What We Do
Mind Bubble offers free tutoring and workshops for students across the Atlanta area. Students who attend our weekly tutoring sessions are paired with caring adults who can guide them through their schoolwork and other academic challenges: from math problem sets to English essays. Additionally, we carefully select thought-provoking board and card games for students to play with tutors to hone their problem-solving and creative skills.
Mind Bubble invites community members to share their areas of expertise with students through our workshops program. Students who attend our workshops will find themselves challenged to think about the world in new ways as they explore, think, and create! Our workshops provide students with educational experiences around fascinating topics they are unlikely to encounter during the course of their schoolwork.
Curious about who’s actually running this thing? Check out our bios below!
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Board of Directors
Eric Canosa, President
Lead Administrator, English Department at Emory University
Maya Brown, Secretary
Founder, Werk’n Gal
Eric Salnas, Treasurer
CFO, NewFields Companies LLC
CEO, Challenges Games and Comics
Strategic Relations Manager, Sapphire Innovative Solutions
Vice President, Operations at Purchasing Power LLC
Executive Director, UBS Wealth Management
Director, Center for Academic Literacy at Columbia Theological Seminary
Assessment Specialist, Georgia Department of Education
Social Studies Teacher, Frederick Douglass High School