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Get to Know Our Staff!

James "Ziggy" Zieglerkelly

I graduated from SDSU, waking up that morning under a bridge next to Qualcomm Stadium. I began tutoring as a side gig to put gas in the car and barely pay bills. Ten years later, I believe I have built a quality small business that cares more about the services and clients than the bottom line. Now I'm happily married, looking to adopt in the near future, and hopefully shut down some of these opportunistic educational vendors looking to capitalize on the current state of affairs.

Judge Katz

Armando del Rio

Gustavo Aguayo

I am currently majoring in International Business and minoring in Computer Science at UCSD. I love traveling, learning new languages, playing chess, and swimming.

Paulina White

After graduating with my Bachelors in Art from La Sierra University, I looked for a place to share my excitement for art making and to share it with others. Ziggy's Tutoring felt like a great match for me, and I'm happy to begin an art teaching journey here with you. I am currently working on more relief prints and screen-printed stickers to stay active in my personal art practices.

Isabel Cortez

I like for my students to have fun in my classes. Even if the material is difficult or dull, I try to liven it up by playing games or simply making jokes. Learning can be extremely difficult at times, but that doesn't mean it has to be boring!

Edward Garcia

I am a computer engineering student at Southwestern College. I love traveling, skateboarding, and photography. I'm great in the subjects of Math and Biology. I enjoy the anatomy of the human heart, it is probably my favorite muscle in the human body. From my studies I learned that physical exercise is healthy for your heart, but how do you exercise your brain? My solution is mentally exercising my brain with Math!