Tom Heineman
Graduating from St. Mary’s College,
Winona, Minnesota with a B.A. in Mathematics in 1970, Tom spent
eight years teaching math in Colorado, New Mexico and Chicago. His
students were in grades 5 through high school. With enormous opportunity
in the computer systems area, Tom changed careers in 1978 and became
a computer programmer. He advanced to becoming a systems analyst
and finally, a principal in charge of human resourcesrelated systems
for the Global Human Resources function at Arthur Andersen LLP.
Tom left Andersen after 24 years with the firm when it disbanded
in the aftermath of the Enron scandal.
Uninterested in continuing with another corporate position, Tom
decided to pursue his personal interests and become “selfemployed”,
hence, the birth of “Tom Heineman Enterprises.” Tom
now works as a private math tutor for middle school, high school
and college students on the north side of Chicago and the neighboring
North Shore suburbs. He offers individualized math
help in algebra,
trigonometry,
geometry,
pre
calculus as well as ACT
and SAT
prep.
Sea Kayaking
When not tutoring students in math, you might
find Tom cruising out on Lake Michigan in his kayak. Tom is a certified
sea kayak instructor who teaches at the Northwest Passage, as well
as offering private sea kayak instruction....more
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