Owner of NBTutors/ Director of Education
Natalie Teboul is an educator, writer, and credentialed teacher with a passion for all academic subjects. Born and raised in New York, Natalie started her career as a 6th grade math and science teacher in the South Bronx at The Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science.
Natalie holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development, from Binghamton University, where she graduated at the top of her class. Following college, she was accepted into a competitive alternative teaching program with the New York City Teaching Fellows. Through this program, Natalie taught full time, and served as a 7th grade academic advisor, planned and executed one of New York City's largest math tournaments (Pi5NY), and coached the middle school dance team. All while obtaining her Master’s in Education from St. John's University.
After completing her first Master’s degree, and two years of teaching in one of the highest need areas in the country, Natalie wrote about her experiences and was accepted into San Diego State University with a Presidential Graduate Research Fellowship in the MFA program. The fellowship is designed to recruit non-resident graduate students who demonstrate outstanding potential for achievement in research or creative activity.
At SDSU, Natalie completed a manuscript for a novel and graduated with her MFA in Creative Writing in May of 2019. All the while, she worked as the Math Specialist (2016-2018) and the 5th Grade General Studies teacher (2018-2020) at The Chabad Hebrew Academy of San Diego (CHA).
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Natalie shifted to a virtual platform and explored and learned many educational programs. She has vast experience instructing diverse student populations, including ELL and IEP students, and is an experienced lesson planner who differentiates lessons for all her students. She decided to start her own tutoring company in hopes to support and help students complete their distance learning requirements.
In her free time, Natalie loves to tap dance, hike, and cook. She is passionate about creating engaging curriculum, implementing best education practices, and most importantly, shaping tomorrow's thinkers and leaders.