Youth Taekwondo Instructors
Master Mike Harb
Head Youth Instructor
Mike Harb is a Kukkiwon-certified fifth degree black belt. He brings a wealth of competitive experience to the club as a former 6-time Australian National Team member, World Cup quarterfinalist and Olympic alternate for Taekwondo in the 2004 Athens Olympics. Gold Medal in Sparring (Masters Division) – US Open (Feb 2012) He is one of the coaches and team members of t.Bos, our competition group here at the dojang. Mike is also the head coach of the Tufts University Taekwondo program and sits on the Board of Directors for the Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference. Mike serves as the Head Trainer at Gold’s Gym in Arlington.
Master Amy Maillet
Head Youth Instructor
Master Amy Maillet is a fourth degree black belt. A graduate of Brandeis University and a straight-A student, Amy is a successful competitor and an accomplished instructor. She won the 2010 US National Collegiate Taekwondo Championships and represented the United States as a member of the 2010 US National Collegiate Taekwondo Team in Vigo, Spain at the World University Taekwondo Championships. She is a former US Open champion and a multiple time veteran of the US National Team trials at the US Olympic Training Center. She currently trains with t.Bos, C.W. Taekwondo at Boston’s competition team.
Bart Lee Goldberg is a 3rd degree black belt. He is an instructor in the Kids Program and heads up the White Belt students. He has been Dojang Manager and is currently VP of Operations. Bart joined CW Taekwondo Boston in 2007. He played rugby for New York Rugby Club for seven years. He owned his own real estate appraisal firm for 15 years and currently works as an appraiser for HUD in Boston, in Multi-Family Development assessing lending/insurance risk.
Elaine Grunberg is a 2nd degree black belt who is an instructor with the CW Youth Program. She is currently the VP of Operations at CW, and has previously served as Assistant Treasurer. Quickly hooked by her first few sessions of kicking, she began her taekwondo training at CW Boston in the spring of 2009. After having had careers in medicine, public health and parenting, she now likes to spend her time outside the dojang training her dog, traveling, and cooking.
Jayson is a 3rd Degree black belt and teaches the Sunday sparring class and assists at the youth program. Jayson is an accomplished competitor who holds two US national sparring titles to his name (2006 and 2010), and has represented the United States at the 2008 Pan American Taekwondo Championships as well as the 2009 World University Games. Jayson has twice qualified for the US Olympic team trials: in 2007 he placed 4th at the Olympic Trials, and in 2010 he qualified for a spot at the US Olympic trials for the 2012 London Games. Currently, Jayson represents Jamaica in international competition and is working towards a berth at the 2016 Olympic Games. Jayson currently trains with Coaches Fabio Takahashi and Dan Chuang of t.Bos competition team.
Sharon Tam is a 2nd degree black belt and assists with the youth program. She started Taekwondo as a student at MIT where she competed with the MIT Sport Taekwondo team. Upon graduating, she joined C.W. Taekwondo at Boston where she obtained her black belt. She lives in Boston and works as a software engineer.
Kathleen Moore is a 2nd degree black belt and currently teaches youth classes. At age 5 in 1994, she began training in Taekwondo under Master JungHo Lee in Raleigh, N.C. In 2009, Kat moved to Boston for school, where she studied Sociology and Elementary Education at Northeastern University. That same year, she joined C.W. Taekwondo and in 2011, started training with t.Bos Competition Team where she qualified and competed at USAT Nationals in 2013 & 2014. Kat currently works in Newton as a Behavior Therapist for grades K-5. She just loves working with kids and couldn’t imagine doing anything else!!
Chrissy began training in taekwondo in 1993 and currently holds the rank of third dan. She came to C.W. Taekwondo in 2009 after coaching the SUNY Cortland taekwondo team for 3 years in college. She currently works at Harvard Law School full time and believes strongly in a taekwondo education to provide balance and confidence to live a successful life.