Martintoch Mark Roseme-Founder
Martintoch Mark Roseme utilized his 15 years of experience teaching and helping kids and, in 2005, started an organization called “Triple Threat Inc.” D.B.A. The American Academy that Specializes in Serving Our Youth and Our Community. Today Mark is the proud founder of The American Academy, a 501C-3 non-profit organization initiated in 2005 committed to the success of at-promise youth by providing empathy, encouragement, and education through mentoring, after-school tutoring, and sports programs. At 16, Mark found himself with no adult supervision and had the sole responsibility of caring for his three younger sisters and one younger brother. This unfortunate position made life difficult, and as a result, his life was going in the wrong direction. However, a few months later, a chance meeting with a caring and dedicated coach convinced him that he could have a better future. It was the first time he had any adult instill in him the hope and confidence that he could have a great life. With his Coach’s guidance, he forged on and, later that year, completed his degree at American Heritage High School. He then completed his Bachelor’s Degree in 2017. Currently, Mark is employed as the Athletic Director at a local school in the community. He is a dedicated father of two children, a dedicated member of a church, and a part-time basketball coach, all of which provide him with a great opportunity to influence kids positively.
Stacy Harris-Director of Operation
Stacy Harris was born and raised in Kansas City, MO. She has a Bachelor’s of Art in Psychology and a Bachelor’s of Science in Interior Design. She worked in sales and administration for seven years before becoming a stay-at-home mom for five years. She has been teaching elementary education for the past four years. She has 11-year-old twins and has resided in Florida with them for eight years. She has had many opportunities to help the local communities, like tutoring at-risk youth, making and serving meals for the homeless, and conducting and organizing outreach events. She comes to American Academy Learning Center with a vast background in many avenues to help administrating, marketing, and social media. She is very excited to extend her work with children into the community, beyond the classroom, and their lives after school work.
Aya Aldorri-Staff Volunteer
Aya Aldorri is a high school student attending Spanish River and a current volunteer at The American Academy. Aya grew up in Chicago, Illinois where she found herself attending a community center dedicated to tutoring underprivileged kids like her. There, she found a community and gained the resources to succeed during unprecedented times. Today, Aya is passionate about bringing that same experience to kids at The American Academy through one-on-one tutoring and fun, engaging activities. She also has aspirations of becoming a successful business woman while expanding her service to her community.