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 Chris Bleiler
Chris Bleiler: Trigonometry, Geometry 
Originally from outside of Philadelphia, I moved to Maryland and attended Towson University with a degree in Special Education/Math Education. I have worked in education as a teacher, paraeducator, and substitute for 18 years. I have been teaching at New Town for the last 10 years. I am what you would call a “total nerd” when it come to math, and I am certain my love of the different topics comes through in my teaching.

Outside of being a teacher, I continue to own my “total nerd” status with my love of Star Wars and Harry Potter. My past students will vouch that I will gladly talk either for quite a while. My main hobby was playing rugby for over 20 years, making the national playoffs with my club a handful of times. Since my retirement, I have picked up some less intense hobbies of biking, cooking, hiking and disc golf. I enjoy being outdoors as much as possible and spending time with my family.
 Veronique Choice Veronique Choice 
 Sharon Davis Sharon Davis
 Gerrod Dixon Gerrod Dixon 
 Latoya Jackson Latoya Jackson 

Keith Fauntleroy Keith Fauntleroy
 Bradley Kim
Bradley Kim: Algebra 1, Geometry, Trigonometry with Algebra
I was born and raised in Howard County. I graduated from Towson University as an undergraduate student with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education. This past summer, I earned my master's degree in Instructional Technology through Towson University.

I am in my tenth year of teaching, eighth year with BCPS. Over the past seven years, I was at Deer Park Middle Magnet School teaching math to eighth grade students. This year is my first year teaching at New Town High School. I am also teaching at Carver Center for the Arts and Technology. I am excited for this new teaching opportunity to work with two school communities.

I enjoy playing tennis and watching music competition shows during my free time. Teaching has always been my passion. Building positive relationships and seeing students grow academically (especially in math) and socially over the course of each school year and beyond brings me great joy as an educator.

My motto for the 2020-2021 school year and in life: Encourage. Motivate. Inspire. Be a light.

 Matt Kramer
Matthew Kramer, Department Chair: Algebra 1, College Algebra
Originally from northeast of Philadelphia, PA. I went to Eastern University(same school as Bryan Stevenson!) and majored and Math and Secondary Education. I then began teaching and my first job I was hired because the principal thought I spoke Spanish(Not really sure why). I got married and had a few kids. We eventually moved down to Maryland and then we had a few more kids. Our house was full and we did not want to buy a bigger car so we stopped with kids after 4. After commuting to PA to work, I decided my car would not last very long driving this far everyday, so I got a job at New Town. The joke was on me because, although New Town is in Maryland, it was just as far away as my school in PA was. Oh well. Good thing my car is a beast! This summer, our landlord decided he was moving back to America and decided to kick us out. Lucky for me we now live only 20 minutes away! I knew it would all work out in the end. I have now been teaching math for 12 years and this is my 5th year at New Town. I am known for having the best beard at New Town. There are many who try to emulate, but only one Kramer beard.

Lotika Nawathe

Lotika Nawathe: Algebra 1, Pre-College Math
I was born and raised in New Delhi, India. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from India and taught there for a few years before moving to the United States with my husband. After settling in New York I went on to pursue further studies in Computer Programming, which I thoroughly enjoyed. However, after having kids, I took a few years off to raise my family. In 2006 we moved to Maryland and settled in Howard county. For several years I worked as substitute teacher in Howard County schools and realized that my heart was in teaching. So I decided to return to school and got a Master’s degree in Education from Towson University. In my spare time I enjoy cooking different cuisines, spending time with friends and travelling. For me, teaching is not a job; it’s a way of life.
 Antonia Nwogbo Antonia Nwogbo
 Kyan Robinson
Kyan Robinson: IB Math Applications & Interpretations, Geometry, College Algebra 
Where tropical tradewinds play all day, a destination of immense beauty, and where most people vacation, I call home. I’ve since travelled 1,609 miles to call Baltimore, Maryland home leaving behind the quaint pleasures of the British Virgin Islands in exchange for a bigger city and a wider audience to share my mathematics proficiency. I have worked in the field of education for the 15 years, four of which are in Baltimore County Public School. Believe it or not my first teaching experience after college landed me in kindergarten for 1 year. I obtained my Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education from Florida Institute of Technology (GO PANTHERS), Master of Education in Curriculum and Instructions with a focus in Mathematics at Concordia University in Portland, Oregon. Presently, I am in my 4th year at Morgan State University in the doctoral program in Mathematics Education. I just love teaching math, why?????? MATH IS LIFE!!!!!!! I enjoyed teaching at New Town High School because of its supportive administrators, professional staff & awesome and talented students. The students who are in my classes is the reason why iTeach! When I am not engaged in academia, I enjoyed travelling, hanging out with friends and reading about fashion. I am proud to be a TITAN!!!!!!!