Michael Perazzetti lives in Baltimore, Maryland but is originally from the Central Valley of California. He is a lifelong learner, curious about everything and believes that no matter how big or small a person is, "Everybody teaches and everybody learns." Michael also understands that mutual respect is very important and that everyone is extremely intelligent and reveals that to the world in a variety of ways. He Knows this as someone recently diagnosed with High-Functioning Autism and came to the realization that everything he struggled with growing up now makes sense. As a result, Michael wants to tutor children on the spectrum to give them the opportunity and mentor them to realize their potential for greatness as he continues to demonstrate his own! He has an undergraduate degree in Film and Television communications with a minor in Political Science and a Master's degree in Transformative Social Change (commonly known as Community Psychology). He has taught 6th & 11th grade English Language Arts in public and private schools since 2019. Michael has mentored learners of all ages of his entire life from college students in the video production program during his undergraduate studies to volunteers on a political campaign to coworkers when he worked in the private sector world. Because he is a lifelong learner that utilizes a variety of ways to learn different concepts he personally understands that everyone learns differently at their own pace. He looks forward to helping everyone realize their fullest potential by any means necessary, especially those students in 6th to 12th grade needing help in English, History and Social Studies.