Victoria Cavendish is the focal teacher for geometry and consumer math here at Focus Southwest, but she can and will help with all maths. She has an associate degree in construction management and used to build houses as a carpenter-framer. She has a bachelors degree from Otterbein College in mathematics and a masters of education from the Ohio State University. She has taught high school math (algebra and geometry). She has taught at various community colleges: algebra, business math, trigonometry, geometry, and calculus. She has privately tutored all maths from elementary school up to calculus. Her big interests are her family and social issues. She has two dogs and she is owned by two cats.
Ms. Wiesehan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in history from Wittenberg University and earned her math teaching license through Ashland University. In her spare time, she sings with the Columbus Chamber singers and her church choir. She also plays the piano and rings handbells. She loves puzzles of all kinds (especially sudoku!). You can always seem to find her with a book when she is not teaching! She has two sisters, two nieces, and two nephews.