Asya Gribov
Co-Founder of Mismatched Socks

Educationeer. Teacherist. Learnician. Creativator. 

Starting Mismatched Socks was a natural progression combining her three favorite things: Kids, art, and travel. 
After spending years traveling around the world, teaching, organizing community events, and working in museums in New York City, Asya has applied her experience and passion into this creative project. 
Asya's paperwork consists of a Masters in Education from Hunter College and a dual BA in Psychology and Comparative Religions. 
Her better / more prized credentials include a love for exploration and dedication to making art accessible to all. 
And yes, Asya doesn't match her socks!  


Sasha Dashevsky
Co-Founder of Mismatched Socks

Sasha is a Brooklyn College graduate with a degree in Children and Youth Studies. Her understanding of child development feeds her conviction that education should be a well rounded, visceral experience that appeals to the senses.
In creating this project Sasha hopes to create an environment of wonder, creativity, and education while developing a foundation that fosters resiliency in young children.
Sasha takes to heart Oliver Wendell Holmes’ notion that "A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions."  And so with a little bit of work, a lotta bit of love and a necessary amount of eccentricity Mismatched Socks was created to forever stretch the imagination.


Paul Dashevsky
Jr. Kreative Konsultant 

Paul is a fourth grader of PS.52 elementary school of Staten Island. Paul's understanding of teaching and managing was a big career. Paul is also a member of the JCC soccer club. He has a talent of sports. Paul is also a school band player. Paul plays the alto saxophone. Paul's role of Mismatched Socks is a manager. Paul is a nephew of Sasha Dashevsky. Paul has a big imagination of his time here working and creativness for the future.  Paul's part of manager is to host tours, teach art to children and help create activities. Paul's main goals are to help children to succeed in art. Another is to help Mismatched Socks grow bigger and stronger for the company.