Kai Hennemann earned his BA degree from Drew University in 1984 and returned home to the Virgin Islands where he started his 30-year teaching career. For seven years, he taught high school mathematics and computer science while in his spare time, he studied economics and real estate at the University of the Virgin Islands and operated two businesses. He later moved to northern Michigan where he took a teaching position at a boarding school but continued his education by completing mathematics, education, and computer programming courses at Ferris State University and Grand Valley State University. He worked for three years at an educational software publishing company before moving to Las Vegas in 2001 to teach middle school mathematics. In Las Vegas, he continued his love of learning by taking online courses in mathematics, education, and computer science though Western Governors University. Kai is devoted to his students and focuses on improving his teaching to do what is best and what is right for students to grow and succeed. He often finds that he learns as much from his students as they learn from him. Outside of the classroom, he enjoys playing backgammon, reading science fiction novels, and cooking dishes from the Caribbean. He enjoys listening to music ranging from jazz to reggae and opera to classic rock, but he always finds time to pursue his love of learning by continuing to research topics in education, mathematics, and computer technology.