Eva Marlatt, EdD has been in education for over 20 years, with teaching experience at all levels from pre-school to college. She holds multiple-subject and special education credentials, a master’s in foreign language acquisition, an MBA, a master’s in Special Education, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership. Eva is currently the Director of Strategic Initiatives for an educational non-profit organization, Citizen Schools, which supports underserved and underfunded public middle schools. Eva also owns an educational consulting practice where she specializes in supporting students with atypical learning profiles and their families through academic coaching, college counseling, school advocacy, and more. Eva’s involvement in AccessED represents her commitment to the value of education as a universal right in a diverse society.
Adina Nyström has a son and a Viszla with similar energy, temperaments, and beauty, whose names she regularly confuses. She is an interaction and web designer with experience designing complex consumer internet products since 2001. Originally from Belgium, now a proud American, she’s lived on four continents, is fluent in French, English, Spanish and Farsi. With a B.S. in Geophysical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines, strong problem solving skills, and a keen eye for details, she is now the director of operations for AccessEd and its bookkeeper. She strongly believes in equal education for children; volunteering at AccessEd is her way to make a difference, and bring a little goodness to the community.
“If we want America to lead in the 21st century, nothing is more important than giving everyone the best education possible — from the day they start preschool to the day they start their career.” —President Barack Obama
Tatiana Guerreiro Ramos graduated Cum Laude, too many years ago to count, from Monmouth University, where her mother taught Political Science. With a B.A. in Communications in hand, Tatiana headed off to New York City, where she worked in advertising for many years, most of them as a creative department manager. Following 9/11, Tatiana decided a career change was in order, and followed in her parents’ footsteps to become a teacher. After just a year in a third-grade classroom, Tatiana found herself in a family way and she and her husband decided she would stay home with their son. Almost a decade later, Tatiana is thrilled to be back in a teaching role. Her strengths are supporting K-8 students in math, language arts, humanities and foreign languages. A polyglot (English, Portuguese, French and Spanish) and a three-time National Memory Champion (the only woman to win the US Memoriad in its 15-year history), Tatiana enjoys crosswords, KenKen, keeping up with the news from her home country of Brazil, writing, and, most of all, spending tme with her children.