Valentin Kravchenko is from Shakhty, Russia. He gained a versatile education at the Southern Federal University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a Master’s degree in Medical Physics. During his studies, Valentin was offered a position at the University’s Department of Biotechnology as a researcher. In this position, his main focus area was studying computational neuroscience, realistic modeling, physical and chemical processes in the cell, and mathematical modeling of the cell’s process. Additionally, Valentin took part in science conferences in neurobiology where he was awarded for his scientific oral presentations. Among other things, he has begun to work as a self-employed private math tutor and was a researcher at the University of Massachusetts’ Department of Chemistry. His work focuses on computational modeling of viruses’ capsid. After returning to Russia, he continued to teach mathematics. In this position, he assisted in the preparation of university admissions through an individualized teaching system. Valentin continually improves his skills in order to increase the chances of his students’ success. In addition, Valentin accompanies his students during their university studies, building trajectories of successful learning and development as professionals.