I have 2 years of tutoring experience. I have volunteered at a math help center at Boston University for a while now. It is run by a professor of mathematics at Boston University. I have taken many PhD and Masters candidate level courses and achieved an A on most of those. The list is below.
I really know my stuff and I am good at figuring out what approach works with you.

Mathematical Logic (prepositional logic), Foundations of Math, Honors Calculus, Honors Multivariate Calculus, Honors Differential Calculus, Honors Linear Algebra, Introduction to Analysis I & II, Abstract Algebra I & II, Real Analysis (focused on measure theory), Differential Topology I & II (the prereq is Differential Geometry, heavy on advanced linear algebra), Introduction to Topology, Mathematical Probability, Mathematical Statistics, Advanced Abstract Algebra I, Algebraic Topology I, and Partial Differential Equations.