Dawn's Professional and Personal Background
Dawn Kolber-Grebe established Dawn’s In-Home Tutoring LLC, based in Littleton, Colorado in February 2009. Since then, she has taught 148 students. Dawn has a BA in Psychology, cum laude, from Boston University. In addition, she has completed many courses in Anthropology and Archaeology through the Continuing Education Program at the University of Colorado-Boulder. As an avocational archaeologist, Dawn is currently researching and writing a book on a Classic Maya female burial from Altar de Sacrificios, Guatemala.
"It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent." --Madeleine Albright
Dawn has taught in two Jefferson County Schools (Green Gables Elementary and Meadowlark Cottage School), in one Denver County School (College View Elementary), and has conducted hands-on science classes for Science Matters in Colorado. Her three year position as the Lead Bookseller of the Children’s Department at Barnes & Noble, Littleton, Colorado, required specialized knowledge of children’s literature. Dawn’s first business, Colorado Nature Note Cards, involved creating and marketing her own wildflower nature cards to over 300 retailers throughout Colorado.
Dawn enjoys jogging, hiking, reading, traveling, drawing, and playing guitar. She has participated in archaeological excavations in Colorado, Belize, and Panama. She and her husband have been happily married for 35 years and have two children. Their daughter is a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) working in a Denver animal hospital and their son is a Mechanical Engineer employed at a Broomfield engineering firm.
Instilling a Love of Learning Since 2009