Delayed gratification is the marriage between patience and strategy. We provide  educational services to students, teachers, organizations and institutions to improve learning outcomes. Our approach is intentional and proactive. We specialize in tailored math and science curriculum and instruction. By providing rigorous and meaningful learning experiences, stakeholders gain access to their desired educational outcomes. Our practices transcend traditional education that maintains the status quo. Delayed Gratifications reimagines teaching and learning to prepare young people for the knowledge economy of the 21st-century. 


Alexis Rylander-Bennett

Alexis Rylander Bennett is a Philadelphia native and currently an Academic and Instructional Coach within the charter network in Philadelphia. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Temple University in 2016 and a Master of Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Urban Education. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education at Temple University and intends to graduate in 2022. She is a University of Pennsylvania Research Experience for Teachers (RET) fellow and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to investigate liver cancer proliferation and motility. Her research is featured in the Journal of Biomaterials.

She serves as the Director of Science Engagement for the Urban Youth Leadership Academy (UYLA). In 2019 she was recognized by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. as the North Atlantic Region Educator of the year, and in 2020 she was awarded the Black Lives Matter’s Black Educator Award. Alexis is a National Geographic Certified Educator and was selected as a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) science Ambassador. These collaborations help Alexis to increase science literacy throughout Philadelphia.

Satoia Wright

Satoia Wright, a native of Ohio, is a Middle and Secondary Mathematics Educator with nine years of teaching experience in various communities across the United States. After earning her Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University, she spent time working for educational nonprofit organizations as a classroom translator and academic tutor. These experiences solidified her decision to become an educator and earn her Masters in Teaching from Relay Graduate School of Education.

Satoia considers herself a life-long learner and recently received a Fulbright Scholarship from the U.S. Department of Education. Her passion lies in cultivating and presenting a curriculum that transcends content-specific skills to challenge students to “Read The World” through mathematics as they investigate and develop solutions to real-world phenomena. Satoia believes this pedagogical approach helps develop critically minded students who are more equipped to engage with and understand the multiple dimensions of this pluralistic society.