Joe Catanese, Ph.D.
Joe Catanese has 37 years of experience as an educator at the high school and college levels. He is the founding director of the Academic Resource Center at Saint Anselm College where he is a member of the Humanities Department and serves as director of the Academic Resource Center. He has taught classes in English Composition, Literature, Reading, Study Skills, and Education. He has conducted the SAT Preparation Program at the college for 30 years, teaching the critical reading and writing portion of the program. He serves on a number of committees at the college and as the college's faculty athletics representative.
Bill Lambert has been serving as a math instructor for the SAT program for the past 25 years. He has more than 30 years experience at the high school and college level, having served at Central High School in Manchester, Southern New Hamsphre University (SNHU), the University of New Hampshire at Manchester, and currently at Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua. With his vast experience and his long record as an excellent educator, he brings effective and efficient strategies of math to the program.
Pamela Cohen is an associate professor of mathematics at Southern New Hampshire University, teaching a wide range of courses in the undergraduate day school and in the SNHU Distance Education Program. She is active on the university faculty senate, the university human resources committee, and serves as the Math Department faculty liaison to SNHU's continuing education and online math faculty. In addition, she teaches SAT Math Preparation for high school students. Professor Cohen has been teaching mathematics at the secondary and post-secondary level for more than 30 years.