Sneha Issani was first introduced to the Kumon Math and Reading Program many years ago as a young student. Her parents enrolled her in the program to give her an academic edge amongst her peers, as well as to increase her academic independence, confidence, and overall ability. As the years passed by, Sneha progressed through the program, and before she knew it, had graduated high school. Her passion for education grew, so after graduating from Georgia State University, she took a job teaching English to Chinese students virtually.
When Sneha was considering the next step in her career, she focused on finding an opportunity that would allow her to own her own business while staying in the education sector. This was always a goal for her, as she hailed from a family of business owners. It wasn’t long before Sneha realized that the perfect way to combine her love for education with her entrepreneurial aspirations was to open her very own Kumon Center. Today, as the new owner and Instructor of Kumon of Lilburn – Five Forks, she hopes to have the same impact on her future students as her Kumon Instructor had on her.
“My love for Kumon runs back to when I was a young child,” said Issani, owner and Instructor of Kumon of Lilburn-Five Forks. “When I thought about the impact it had on my life and how much it helped me prosper, I realized how important it was for me to provide the same experience in my own community."
“Beyond math and reading, Kumon truly helps students grow as confident individuals,” said Issani. “I can personally attest to the fact that the Kumon Program is like magic if you give it your all, and I can’t wait to prove that to my community.”