WE ARE passionate about helping students!
WE PROUDLY SERVE 1,000+ STUDENTS FROM 400+ SCHOOLS IN L.A.
This map shows the locations of the schools attended by our students.
MEET OUR LEADERSHIP
Tracy Grand is the Executive Director and CEO of Good Tutors. In March of 2020, Tracy created a virtual tutoring program for underserved children in Los Angeles. Currently, Good Tutors serves the academic and social and emotional needs of over 650 students with more than 700 one-to-one tutors. Tracy works with educational leaders to establish best practices and tutoring innovations. She also manages a program for adults (mostly the parents of the children receiving tutoring), teaching ESL and computer literacy.
Prior to Good Tutors, Tracy worked for several organizations focused on advancing public education and children's literacy in Los Angeles. She also founded JacketFlap, a comprehensive resource for information on the children's book industry. Tracy is proudly a 3rd generation graduate of LAUSD K-12 schools, and her daughters have all been students in LAUSD.
BOARD of DIRECTORS
Christine Kim is a real estate broker-associate, affiliated with The Agency. She comes to Good Tutors from a background doing volunteer work with students in a variety of settings. She has been a UCLA Lab School board member and FSA President, LAUSD Millikan Middle School Green Committee Chair, and an Oakwood School PTO board member. She also volunteered for several years as an Essay Coach with College Match, the Los Angeles-based not-for-profit helping talented students gain admission to the nation's top colleges and universities. Christine holds an undergraduate degree from Stanford University and her law degree from Cornell University. Prior to her career in real estate, Christine practiced law on her own and with firms in California and New York for almost ten years.
DR. TERESE ACEVES
Dr. Terese Aceves is a Professor at Loyola Marymount University’s School of Education in Los Angeles, California and Chair of the Department of Specialized Programs in Professional Psychology with a Ph.D. in Special Education, Disabilities, and Risk Studies, a master’s in School Psychology and a former bilingual resource specialist.
Dr. Aceves currently serves as a board member for the Council for Exceptional Children. Her research interests include supporting culturally and linguistically diverse students’ learning needs using evidence-based practices, the early intervention and identification of children at-risk for reading difficulties, and special education advocacy for families from primarily low-income, diverse backgrounds.
Dr. Aceves has served as a contributor to the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform (CEEDAR) Center’s Innovation Configurations and provides ongoing pro-bono consultation for non-profit parent and legal organizations supporting parent training, program evaluation, and advocacy for diverse families from low-income and marginalized communities.
HIGH SCHOOL CLUB LEADERS