Jayne Illovsky, EdS

Jayne Illovsky graduated from Campolindo High School in Moraga in 2008 and attended the University of Denver for college. She is the owner of The Compassionate Tutor. In her Bachelor's of Science degree she started as a pre-med student, but then got stuck at chemistry, so she majored in Psychology Neuroscience with Minors in Math and Biology. The college level math classes she took included: Precalculus, Calculus 1, 2, and 3, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and Cryptography. During college she worked for an after school program called Summer Scholars as a Cognitive Tutor to teach ESL elementary students in the Denver Public Schools innovative ways to learn and practice reading.

Jayne stayed at the University of Denver for her Education Speciality (Masters Degree) in Child, Family, and School Psychology. She ran homework and skills training groups at Louisville Middle School and Fairview High School in the Boulder Valley Public Schools, which is where she completed her School Psychology Internship. She also organized and co-lead an Acculturation Art Group for 1st and 2nd year Burmese Asylees at South High School in Denver.

Jayne continued to tutor students in elementary, middle, and high school, as her passion is to work directly with students and families. She is compassionate and understanding with her methods and celebrates learning differences!

Audrey Weber

Audrey is a USC and Cal Berkeley alum, born and raised in Menlo Park, CA. She was a straight-A student from public elementary school to private college prep school, and graduated from universities summa cum laude with degrees in International Relations and Nutrition Sciences. 

Audrey began working in education more than 12 years ago at a private Palo Alto early childhood development center, where she later became the lead kindergarten teacher focused on accelerated math and reading. She has tutored college student athletes in French, taught English in Vietnam, given ukulele lessons in Spain, and teaches salsa dancing in Berkeley. Since 2023, she has been employed by OUSD as a substitute teacher. Audrey’s style of tutoring is learner-led and Socratic—she asks questions to help students find the answers on their own and cultivate a space where they can take ownership of their journey. Her love of teaching is contagious and her main goal is to make learning fun!