Joanne earned her MA in education from the University at Albany and also holds an AAS degree in business. She is certified with NY State as a Commercial Driving Instructor, a Driver Education Instructor, an English teacher, and a School Supervisor. Joanne has been with Easy Method Driving School, Inc. since her marriage to Rick in 1975. She and Rick are the parents of seven children.VISIT JOANNE'S BLOG
Steve spends most of his time working primarily as a private driving coach. Steve’s coaching style engages cognition; empowering the unlicensed driver to think through problems and strengthen their problem-solving skills behind the wheel. With well over 10,000 hours of in-car teaching, he focuses on a holistic approach with a goal of keeping new drivers safe after their road test.
Pam has been working with us for a few years and is absolutely outstanding in the office. She has an extensive administrative background along with significant experience working in public schools. There is no one better to meet any administrative need required. Frankly, we have no idea what we will do if she retires - we literally cannot do what we do without her!
Patrick is a certified New York State Public Safety Officer and engaging classroom instructor. A certified in-car training instructor, with his busy family and full-time job, most of his time with us is teaching the Five Hour Pre-licensing class. When you find him in front of the class, look forward to seeing some unique videos and photos along with learning quite a bit from section two and three of the New York State Driver’s Manual. Extremely likable and mild-mannered, he is an excellent facilitator to unlicensed drivers attending the class.
Daniel is a certified New York State Public Safety Officer and engaging classroom instructor. A certified in-car training instructor, with his busy family and full-time job, most of his time with us is teaching the Insurance Reduction training. He is always up on the latest laws and life-lessons even the most seasoned licensed driver may be unaware. You’ll never be disappointed if you find him in front of your class.