Jahbril is an actor and writer based in Los Angeles. He is a Dean’s List graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Theatre with a minor in Economics.
Before moving to LA, Jahbril worked as a private tutor for several families across New York City. As a classically trained vocalist and teaching artist, he has worked as a music director for the Creative Kids Youth Theatre Project and offered private vocal lessons for middle and high school students in West LA since 2018. He is very adaptable and is excited to offer both academic and artistic instruction tailored to your needs and interests.
Michael is a Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas native, by way of North Carolina who works as a researcher and writer at Diversity Best Practices—the preeminent organization for corporate diversity and inclusion thought leaders.
Joining the On Track team in the fall of 2010, Michael has previously worked with middle and high school students as a public speaking coach, instructor and judge during his college years. He has also worked as a researcher at the Center for Contemporary Black History, the Institute for Policy Research, and as a research assistant for the late Dr. Manning Marable’s Malcolm X project and recently published biography.
Michael is a proud graduate of Northwestern University, and earned his M.A. from Columbia University. His is also a Theta Chapter initiate of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated.
Alexis is currently teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to second graders at P.S. 48 in Washington Heights. Previously, she taught fourth grade for four years and served as the grade's Lead Literacy teacher. Alexis entered Education as a part of the 2007 corps of Teach For America.
Alexis was born in Jamaica and attended the Spence School in New York City. She graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Spanish, Portuguese and Sociology. She also holds a Masters in the Science of Teaching from Pace University.