I have always been able to break down complex subject matter into easily understood concepts. From special education in mathematics, making algebra and geometry available to learning disabilities to graduate level sciences I will always make the difficult easily understood.
I have worked in the health care, legal and education systems over the course of my career and can be the perfect tutor from high school math and science to college and even graduate level sciences including mathematics, anatomy, biology and chemistry if you like making difficult information easily digestible so that layman and scientists alike are able to easily grasp topics in mathematics, science, medicine, nursing, and even writing both scientific and no scientific non fiction essays I have over 20 years of experience in these areas and would love to help you achieve your goals. My price is negotiable on certain low level subjects. One of my greatest joys is helping others understand and learn difficult subjects and make the grades they are truly capable of, if not higher.
Low level sciences and mathematics $20/hr
Undergraduate level mathematics and science $35-40 depending on the subject.
Graduate level $50/hr
Writing $50hr negotiable considering subject matter.
Matthew Tucker, M.D.
Writing, Science, Mathematics and Chemistry Instructor
Authorized to work in the US for any employer
Youth advocacy program, Inc
Worked with troubled youth and their families, outlining a structured strategy for improving areas in behavior, grades, relationship with parent, peers and teachers to improve the lives of the student in a way that was a strength focused.
Alabama State Chair
Addiction Policy Forum - Jasper, AL
June 2018 to Present
Volunteer position held for the past year when I left my legal career to pursue addiction advocacy causes.I work at the state, local and national level with other addiction advocacy groups to educate people onthe disease of addiction. I also am an avid family and substance use disorder recovery advocate and expert as I started my own recovery from substance use disorder when I was 19 years old. I have 25 yearsof real-world experience from both the patient and family side of treatment, mental health facilities, andworking with inmates on teaching them a class on addiction and recovery at the local county jail. I alsohave a biweekly Op-Ed piece in our local paper on addiction and recovery.
Patient Health Educator/Addiction Program Manager
Capstone Clinic - Parrish, AL
March 2018 to February 2019
Facilitated education events and increased the number of recovery support group meetings in Walker
County. After switching positions to program manager of a 200K planning grant where I was able to learn the valuable skills of project management, grant writing, plan implementation, plan sustainability and partnership collaboration. Unfortunately, the scope of the plan was confined to a rural designated area and I was not able to implement and plan for a project that included more partners and would take care of multiple issues that we have in Walker county and not only decrease the amount of people addicted to drugs, but also decrease poverty, increase county revenue, increase the employable workforce number, and decrease the number of people that are not able to sustain themselves and their families whether they are together or separated (child support and alimony).
Cabaniss, Johnston, Gardner, Dumas, & O'Neal - Birmingham, AL
April 2008 to March 2018
Worked on many aspects of the medical-legal field including, injury malpractice defense, determination
of mental status for wills, reviewed medical records and wrote demand letters for medical malpractice,
medical board defense work for doctors who had complaints filed against them with the medical board, and did general research topics and would routinely give medical/scientific lessons for attorneys to give them the science and medicine that would underlie any legal case where medical matters where important facts in regard to the outcome of the trial.
Biology, Chemistry and Math teacher
Walker County Board of Education - Dora, AL
August 2005 to February 2008
Taught mainly chemistry and mathematics at Dora High School for almost 2 years before taking the job
with law firm in Birmingham, AL.
Cordova High School - Cordova, AL
August 2003 to May 2005
Taught Biology, Anatomy, Physics and Philosophy at Cordova High School for 1 year before going to Dora High School to teach.
Department of Neurobiology and Psychiatry, University of Alabama Birmingham - Birmingham, AL
July 2002 to July 2003. Bench research mainly working on fetal mouse brain dissections and how Immunofluorescence could be used to stain for biochemical markers using dose response experiments to lithium.
CARRAWAY METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER - Birmingham, AL
July 2001 to June 2002
Kaplan - Mobile, AL
August 1997 to May 1999
Taught the Organic Chemistry and Biology portion of the MCAT test for the KAPLAN MCAT preparatory class in Mobile, AL to premed students.
Department of Physiology, University of South Alabama School of Medicine - Mobile, AL
June 1997 to August 1997
Summer research internship
We studied the effects of cGMP on Calcium influx into smooth muscle
cells using Immunofluorescence.
Phelps, Jenkins, Gibson and Fowler Tuscaloosa,
January 1993 to August 1997
Maintained the legal library in the law firm as well as ran errands/packages/made copies/delivered court filings while going through my undergraduate education in pre-med/Biology/Philosophy degrees
Doctorate in Medicine
University of South Alabama - Mobile, AL
August 1997 to May 2001
Bachelor's in Biology
University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL
January 1993 to May 1997
High School-Vestavia Hills
Advanced Academic Diploma
26 years’ experience in the field of addiction recovery and family support group recovery
Grant writing and management
Research/Data collection and management
Excellent interpersonal skills
Microsoft Office (10+ years)
1. Leadership Walker County
2. Septima C. Smith Award
Top Biology Student at the University of Alabama
3. The Martin and Marie ten Hoor Award
Outstanding Philosophy paper "Further considerations on the Philosophy of Time"
4. Omicron Delta Kappa
5. Phi Kappa Phi
6. Anderson Society
7. Phi Sigma Tau
Philosophy Honor Society
Perfect! I had a perfect exam preparation.
Very friendly and very in-depth knowledge.
In addition, all agreements were observed.
Highly motivated. Very courteous and works hard at a difficult subject and first payment was prompt! Great person to work with.
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