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We are educators, parents and community members with a common interest…to help all children do better in school and in life.

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MEET OUR EXPERTS

Mrs. Wanda Wozniak

Executive Director

The creation of BTG Learning has been a long time coming for Mrs. Wozniak, who started her endeavor to link learning to physical activity back in 2005, with five high-school volunteers as trainers and twenty-two elementary school children. She then continued to link learning to physical activity with the founding of Unique Training Solutions, a non-profit organization focused on improving Listening Skills, Behavior, and Learning Skills for children and youth. She trained her trainers to deliver quality lessons to children ages 5 to 15. Mrs. Wozniak also trained her volunteers/employees on Leadership Development to equip them with the necessary skills for decision making, critical thinking, and public speaking. As a volunteer for the West Point Society of Fort Bragg and the Sandhills, she participated in Leadership and STEM workshops for high school students. She received her Bachler of Business Administration from Columbus State University and her Master of Science degree in Management from Troy State University. Mrs. Wozniak retired from civil service after 32 years.

Dr. Tiffany Williams, CCC-SLP, PhD

Family & Community Engagement Director

Dr. Williams’ areas of focus are Multilingual/Multicultural Education and Early Childhood Education. She received her PhD from George Mason University. Dr. Williams is committed to narrowing the achievement gap between children and their educational, social, and economic needs. She is very passionate about the on ongoing, goal-
directed relationships between teachers and families that are mutual, culturally responsive, and that support what is best for children and families both individually and collectively. Dr. Williams is also a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist skilled in the
areas of expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation delays and stuttering. She is dedicated to working with parents, schools, teachers, and communities for improving family-school-community partnerships and helping children overcome speech/language delays.

Mr. Jamahl Williams

Program Director, Learning through Physical Activity

Mr. Williams has been an instructor at the
elementary, middle school, and high school level. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Performance and Recreation and will begin working on his Master of Education in Special Education. His focus is to promote academic excellence and ensure the physical and mental wellness of all youth. Mr. Williams has been involved in creating desirable social habits, attitudes and personal characteristics essential to students. He has also been assistant coach for middle school basketball, football, track, softball, and wrestling.

COL (Ret) Mario F. Wozniak

Program Director, Virtual Learning Assistance

Mr. Wozniak is a veteran, having served 27 years in the military. After retiring from the military, Mr. Wozniak taught middle school math under the Troops to Teachers program and while on active duty served as a mentor for Boy Scouts of America. He is a graduate of  West Point Academy.

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MEET OUR EXPERTS

Our experts train each instructor on our STEM in Motion curriculum, which uses a unique combination of academics, physical activity, and sports to help your children learn. Our experts match instructors to your child’s needs and personality. Instructors are experienced and qualified in their subject area.

Mrs. Wanda Wozniak

Executive Director

The creation of BTG Learning has been a long time coming for Mrs. Wozniak, who started her endeavor to link learning to physical activity back in 2005, with five high-school volunteers as trainers and twenty-two elementary school children. She then continued to link learning to physical activity with the founding of Unique Training Solutions, a non-profit organization focused on improving Listening Skills, Behavior, and Learning Skills for children and youth. She trained her trainers to deliver quality lessons to children ages 5 to 15. Mrs. Wozniak also trained her volunteers/employees on Leadership Development to equip them with the necessary skills for decision making, critical thinking, and public speaking. As a volunteer for the West Point Society of Fort Bragg and the Sandhills, she participated in Leadership and STEM workshops for high school students. She received her Bachler of Business Administration from Columbus State University and her Master of Science degree in Management from Troy State University. Mrs. Wozniak retired from civil service after 32 years.

Dr. Tiffany Williams, CCC-SLP, PhD

Family & Community Engagement Director

Dr. Williams’ areas of focus are Multilingual/Multicultural Education and Early Childhood Education. She received her PhD from George Mason University. Dr. Williams is committed to narrowing the achievement gap between children and their educational, social, and economic needs. She is very passionate about the on ongoing, goal-
directed relationships between teachers and families that are mutual, culturally responsive, and that support what is best for children and families both individually and collectively. Dr. Williams is also a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist skilled in the
areas of expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation delays and stuttering. She is dedicated to working with parents, schools, teachers, and communities for improving family-school-community partnerships and helping children overcome speech/language delays.

Mr. Jamahl Williams

Program Director, Learning through Physical Activity

Mr. Williams has been an instructor at the
elementary, middle school, and high school level. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Performance and Recreation and will begin working on his Master of Education in Special Education. His focus is to promote academic excellence and ensure the physical and mental wellness of all youth. Mr. Williams has been involved in creating desirable social habits, attitudes and personal characteristics essential to students. He has also been assistant coach for middle school basketball, football, track, softball, and wrestling.

COL (Ret) Mario F. Wozniak

Program Director, Virtual Learning Assistance

Mr. Wozniak is a veteran, having served 27 years in the military. After retiring from the military, Mr. Wozniak taught middle school math under the Troops to Teachers program and while on active duty served as a mentor for Boy Scouts of America. He is a graduate of West Point Academy.

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