Heather Stoltz understands the benefits of having varied interests and areas of knowledge. She holds Bachelor’s Degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Jewish Studies from Lafayette College and a Master’s Degree in Jewish Women’s Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Heather worked as an engineer, designing power assist wheelchairs and assembly line machinery for two years. Although she no longer works in the field, she puts these skills to use in the design of her art and in tutoring math and physics. Because of this background, Heather is able to explain practical applications for math and physics lessons and their connection to the real world.
Heather teaches all levels of math from elementary school through high school and physics. She also teaches fiber art workshops and tutors students for their bar or bat mitzvah preparation. Heather has experience working with students of all ages and abilities and she enjoys helping her students use their strengths to succeed in the classroom and beyond.