Gavhar Osimi is the one of the founders of the Tajik-American Community in Colorado. She graduated Tajik State University in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, majoring in applied mathematics. She continued to work on her Master’s degree research at the Moscow Pedagogical Institute and Moscow University after M.V. Lomonosov. Gavhar studied economics and management in a short-term program at Cranfield School of Management in England. In 2010, she participated in the “Computational Thinking and Computational Doing Workshop” Sponsored by Google Boulder at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
Gavhar Osimi's teaching experience has lasted for over twenty-five years. She enjoys teaching students Business Statistics, Quantitative Analysis and College Algebra at the Colorado Heights University and Community College of Aurora as well as in Aurora Public School Online Education system.
Gavhar 's research interests include mathematical education, statistical literacy, and history of mathematics along with East-West Dialogue in knowledge and higher education. Her life philosophy is: "Be the change you want to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi. Gavhar has three children and three grandsons; she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren. She likes to play piano and read the books.