Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Business Administration (Corporate Finance) - University of Southern California Single Subject Teaching Credential (Mathematics, Business) and M.A. Education (Digital Teaching and Learning) -Azusa Pacific University Hollyhock Fellow - Stanford University
Mr. Tyler Hensley
Mr. Hensley is in his 11th year teaching high school mathematics. Prior to moving to Woodcreek, Mr. Hensley taught in Huntington Beach, San Diego, and Kosrae, Micronesia.
Mr. Hensley grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from USC with a bachelor's degree in Business Management (Corporate Finance). After USC, Mr. Hensley began a career in private wealth management in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. Self-reflection and a sense of adventure led Mr. Hensley to resign from wealth management and take a position teaching as a volunteer in Micronesia. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Hensley discovered a passion for teaching.
In 2010, Mr. Hensley returned to California and earned a Teaching Credential and M.A. Education (Digital Teaching and Learning) from Azusa Pacific University. Since then, Mr. Hensley has been involved with extensive professional development with the Wharton School of Business and completed the Hollyhock Fellowship at Stanford University.
In addition to teaching, Mr. Hensley is also the Founder and Executive Director of The Finance Lab, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing underprivileged students with a personalized, principled, and experiential financial education. Mr. Hensley also authored The College Project, a project-based curriculum aimed to help every student access and afford college.
Though he will miss the beaches in Southern California, Mr. Hensley is excited to have made the move north his three young children and his wife (a Granite Bay native).