Miracle Math’s Deanna Hurn Appointed to National Tutoring Association Board
Deanna Hurn, founder and director of the Miracle Math Coaching Center, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the National Tutoring Association (NTA). Hurn is a recognized leader in brain-based learning, teaching strategies aligned with how the brain works.
“I am truly honored to join the board of the National Tutoring Association, which has been instrumental in advancing the field of tutoring,” said Hurn. “It has done a phenomenal job of representing the best interests of tutoring professional, and I am thrilled to join such a noble cause.”
Hurn founded Miracle Math Coaching Center with techniques she developed to thrive in her own academic career. She is NTA certified and holds an Associate’s of Science degree in Mathematics from Sacramento City College, a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Actuarial Statistics from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a Teaching Credential from the State of California. Before launching Miracle Math, Hurn served as an Actuary and Financial Analyst for Fireman’s Fund Insurance.
“Deanna has a deep understanding of our profession and a proven track record of helping students reach their academic potential,” said NTA Executive Director Dr. Sandi Ayaz. “We believe her knowledge and enthusiasm will be a valuable asset to our board of directors.”
The National Tutoring Association is a membership organization for tutoring professionals. Its mission is to foster the advancement of professional and peer tutoring and academic coaching, support research into best practices and standards for all tutors, support tutor training and advocate for tutor certification.
About Miracle Math Coaching
Miracle Math Coaching is a comprehensive tutoring service with proven results in improving grades and boosting academic achievement. The program specializes in brain-based educational methods that empower middle school, high school and college students to succeed. The California State Board of Education has approved the validity and reliability of the program.