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About the Instructor


Anh Nguyen is the Instructor for the Kumon Center of Richmond - Libbie, who helps students of all ages and abilities reach new levels of academic success. As an extensively trained and certified professional instructor, she serves as a mentor who guides your children through their work while also providing direction, support and encouragement. She creates an at-home study plan in addition to monitoring classroom assignments, and she emphasize the importance of accurately completing each assignment within a designated time frame. This has helped many of her students increase self-confidence, thus becoming more self-reliant. Like all Kumon Instructors, she has a true passion for education and an earnest desire to help children succeed. As a strong advocate for education, she helps her students master concepts in both math and reading, and believes that there is unlimited potential in each student she works with.

Biography and Background


Prior to opening her Kumon center in February 2018, Anh Nguyen received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Finance and a minor in Economics. She tutored math while attending college, and worked for a number of years as a BSA/AML Compliance Administrator and Investigator in Financial Institutions. However, she kept finding herself volunteering at various schools to work with the students, and organizations that involve with the youth. She found Kumon while searching for a supplemental education program for her children, and realized that should could open a learning center not only for her children but for all children in the community.

Training and Certification

Beside volunteering and getting involved with community programs that fulfill her passion in working with children, she loves spending quality time with her family and enjoys taking unexpected day trips to explore nature. Her motto is “God first, family second, career third, and everything else will follow accordingly”, and her favorite quote is “Believe in what you know, know what you teach, and teach what you do!”