Amanda Gryzkewicz Gloyer
Founder & CEO, I Can Math.
While attending college at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois, Amanda had the opportunity to work for a national nonprofit that focused on literacy in preschool classrooms. It was through this opportunity that she saw the need for high-quality early childhood programs. With a degree in elementary education and her experience as a preschool teacher, Amanda created I Can Math in collaboration with former board member, Adam Goldberg, to support preschool classrooms in math education. Her previous work in several nonprofits across the country and her dedication to early childhood education has been intensified by the lack of math education found in preschool classrooms.
She holds a Master’s in Public Service Management from DePaul University and a Master’s in Early Childhood Education from Northern Arizona University.
Originally from Wisconsin, Amanda lives in Chandler with her husband Kevin, her two children and puggle Rocco.
Board Member, Aronberg Goldgehn Law
Kristy is an attorney located in Chicago where she focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation, prosecution, and other business affairs, including brand management and portfolio development. She advises her clients with regarding to trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. She has always had a passion for protecting one’s creative work.
From elementary school through high school, Kristy’s favorite subject in school was math (she took AP calculus in high school). Early math knowledge is very important for children and being a board member at ICM allows Kristy to help children begin enjoying math at a young age.
She holds a Juris Doctor degree from DePaul University College of Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion Merchandising from Kent State University.
Kristy lives in the Chicago-land area with her fiancé Jeff and her two puggles, Copper and Miso.
Board Member, i.d.e.a. Museum