TeamHeart’s Staff and Board of Directors work alongside dedicated tutors and funders to help carry out Heart’s mission of ensuring that all students have a strong foundation in math and enthusiasm for academics.
Join the team!Community Relations Manager - Heart Math Tutoring is hiring a full-time Community Relations Manager with applications accepted on a rolling basis. This is a strategic and tactical role that focuses on external relations, namely communications and volunteer recruitment. Please see the job description for more details and information on how to apply. Program Coordinator - Heart Math Tutoring is hiring part-time Program Coordinators for the 2018/19 school year. This is an exciting and fulfilling role, as the Program Coordinator facilitates relationships between tutors and students to help build students’ academic skills and confidence. Please see the job description for more details and information on how to apply.
Connie Cann Barcelo
Business Operations Manager
Program Coordinator, Westerly Hills and First Ward
Program Coordinator, Lebanon Road
Program Coordinator, Billingsville and Highland
Program Coordinator, Nathaniel Alexander
Program Coordinator, Merry Oaks
Program Coordinator, Sedgefield
Program Coordinator, Whitewater
Program Coordinator, Sterling
Program Coordinator, Smithfield
Program Coordinator, University Meadows
Program Coordinator, Greenway Park
Program Coordinator, Barringer
Program Coordinator, Shamrock Gardens
Program Coordinator, Montclaire
Program Coordinator, Piney Grove
Board of Directors
Steve Beam – Merrill Lynch (retired)
Barbara Bissell – NC Dept of Public Instruction (retired)
Sam Bowles – Minturn Partners
Dominique Harris – Duke Energy Foundation
Carla Hermida Clements, Secretary – Community Volunteer
Connie Carlson, Governance Chair – Community Volunteer
Peter Daniel, Development Chair – Wells Fargo Securities
Eric Eubank, Board Chair – Pamlico Capital
Anne Leggett – Community Volunteer
Erin Lentz, Finance Chair – Grant Thornton
Brian Schultz – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Various partner organizations provide the volunteers, funding, and collaboration that makes Heart’s work possible.
The most important work is done by Heart’s fantastic volunteers, who dedicate one hour per week to be tutors and mentors.