Academic Learning Through Physical Activity & Sports (762) 208-5048 info@btglearning.com

Ages 3 – 4 and kids in grades K – 5

Who We Are

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

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.

Mrs. Tiffany Williams

Language/Communication Director

Mrs. Williams is a Speech-Language Pathologist and has provided speech therapy in
schools and hospitals since 2006. Currently, she works with school aged students in
California via tele-therapy. As a Speech-Language Pathologist, Mrs. Williams is skilled
in the areas of expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation delays and
stuttering. She is also a PhD candidate at George Mason University. Her areas of focus
are Multilingual/Multicultural Education and Early Childhood Education. Mrs. Williams
was sponsored by the National Education Association to attend the Minority and
Women’s Leadership Training Conference.  She is dedicated to working with parents,
schools and teachers for improving family-school partnerships and helping children
overcome speech/language delays.

Mr. Jamahl Williams

Program Director/Athletic Director

Mr. Williams has taught at the elementary and middle school level. 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. Mr. Williams holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Performance and Recreation.

Dr. Carol Donerlson Gilchrist

Math Advisor

Dr. Gilchrist is a retired educator with a passion for helping others learn new things in
innovative ways. She has a comprehensive knowledge of all educational concepts with
an emphasis in mathematical concepts. She holds a doctorate in Educational
Leadership from Nova Southeastern University where she conducted action research in
math. Her applied dissertation was a program evaluation of accountability in math. It is
published under the title of “Program Evaluation of a District Accountability Plan in a
Suburban Elementary School.” She also holds a specialist and master’s degree in
Elementary Education from Troy State University. Dr. Gilchrist is committed to applying
exemplary experience as an educator in traditional and non-traditional classroom
settings.

Mrs. Sharon Cross

Reading Advisor

Mrs. Cross is a 25-year educator and holds an ED.S degree in Early Childhood Education
and Elementary Education from Georgia College & State University. She currently
teaches 3rd grade English Language Arts. Literacy education is her passion and
teaching kids to read and finding the joy in reading is her number one mission.

Our Teachers

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.

Mrs. Tiffany Williams

Language/Communication Director

Mrs. Williams is a Speech-Language Pathologist and has provided speech therapy in schools and hospitals since 2006. Currently, she works with school aged students in California via tele-therapy. As a Speech-Language Pathologist, Mrs. Williams is skilled in the areas of expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation delays and stuttering. She is also a PhD candidate at George Mason University. Her areas of focus are Multilingual/Multicultural Education and Early Childhood Education. Mrs. Williams was sponsored by the National Education Association to attend the Minority and Women’s Leadership Training Conference.  She is dedicated to working with parents, schools and teachers for improving family-school partnerships and helping children overcome speech/language delays.

Mr. Jamahl Williams

Program Director/Athletic Director

Mr. Williams has taught at the elementary and middle school level. 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. Mr. Williams holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Performance and Recreation.

Dr. Carol Donerlson Gilchrist

Math Advisor

Dr. Gilchrist is a retired educator with a passion for helping others learn new things in innovative ways. She has a comprehensive knowledge of all educational concepts with an emphasis in mathematical concepts. She holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southwestern University where she conducted action research in math. Her applied dissertation was a program evaluation of accountability in math. It is published under the title of “Program Evaluation of a District Accountability Plan in a Suburban Elementary School.” She also holds a specialist and master’s degree in Elementary Education from Troy State University. Dr. Gilchrist is committed to applying exemplary experience as an educator in traditional and non-traditional classroom settings.

Mrs. Sharon Cross

Reading Advisor

Mrs. Cross is a 25-year educator and holds an ED.S degree in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education from Georgia College & State University. She currently teaches 3rd grade English Language Arts. Literacy education is her passion and teaching kids to read and finding the joy in reading is her number one mission.

Don’t leave home…

our instructors come to you!

With this convenience, you’ll have more free time at home.  All instructors have clear background checks and have you and your child’s best interest at heart. We ensure that your instructor is the right fit for you and your child. 

Is your child doing their best in school?

If not

We will inspire their interest!

If so

We will maintain and grow their interest!

We will inspire interest, maintain interest, and create excitement to learn and become proficient in academic subjects.

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