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Dulce Gandhi - Center Instructor and Director

My name is Dulce Gandhi and my goal as a Kumon Instructor is to help every student gain confidence and excel in everything they do. Kumon is an excellent medium to achieve my goal. For many of my students, Kumon has become a second chance. For others, Kumon has accelerated their learning and exploring above grade level education and access to Academically Talented programs in school and beyond. The pace of the program is tailored to each individual student’s needs, encouraging each child to work at their fullest potential in order to not only gain knowledge and mastery, but also confidence in themselves. I love what I do and enjoy mentoring my students to achieve their dreams. Please feel free to contact me at [email protected] or call me at (203)286-2516. 

Biography and Background

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After obtaining my MBA degree with a minor in Management Information Systems, I worked for a major pharmaceutical company as a Project Manager & Principal Statistical Analyst for 16 years. I was recognized for my hard work and passion and steadily took on more responsibilities with the organization. I had the honor of working with incredible people around the world, while balancing my family life.

After years of corporate experience, I was ready to embark on my journey with Kumon. I opened my first Kumon Center in March of 2012. I have been a Kumon Mom since 2003 before becoming a Kumon owner & Instructor. As a Kumon Mom, I have seen both my kids excel well beyond school. My daughter has graduated from UPenn and now works on Wall Street. My son, is a Junior at Lehigh University. I know firsthand what this program has done for my own children.

I am strong believer in giving back to the community and you will find me in and around the town actively engaged in various school fundraisers, cultural programs and theater shows. I am a firm supporter and an active member of PTOC and Norwalk Education Foundation. I am also a board member of NICE (Norwalk International Cultural Exchange). If you see me around town, feel free to stop by and say hello.

I understand and appreciate what my community is doing for me and this is my time to give back. Being close to the community helps me create an engaging and positive classroom environment for each student.