• Mr. Murphy

    Objective: To use my business experience and educational skill to effectively develop and motivate youth to excel.
    State Certified: Teacher of Mathematics 4th grade - 12th grade  
    Education: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, University of Texas at San Antonio
                          John Jay High School, San Antonio TX   Class of ‘89
                               Received the "Parent, Teacher, Student Association Scholarship"

    Employment History

    2008 - Current     Memorial High School - Edgewood ISD, San Antonio, TX      
                                   Teacher of Algebra 1, Geometry, Math Models, Algebra 2, AQR, College Prep, and Pre-Calculus
    2007 - 2008         University of Texas at San Antonio, Tomas Rivera Center 
                                  Quantitative Skills Tutoring Lab, Student Development Specialist:
                                  Supervised tutors and worked with students of various skill levels to
                                  enhance understanding of mathematics and statistics.
    2000 - 2007        Checko’s Copies Inc., San Antonio, TX         
                                 Director of Sales: Established and grew commercial business since the
                                 company’s creation, managed production schedules for large projects, and
                                 created and maintained relationships with vendors.

    1991-2000         Kinko’s Inc., San Antonio, TX
                                General Manager, Sales Manager, Trainer, National Presenter,
                                Customer Service Representative, General Coworker
    High School Jobs   Produce Clerk, Veterinarian Assistant, Roofers Assistant
    Career Highlights
    2014 - Current   Math Department Chair
    2012                    Memorial High School's Teacher of the Year 
    2000 - 2009        Checko’s Copies: Partner/Owner of this business
    2003                    Board of Directors of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
    1992-1995          Kinko’s: Spoke at national meetings about ways to increase
                                 overall sales/profits/operations as well as ways to empower employees