Vice President, Early Childhood and Family Support
LTeisha has over 17 years of experience working with children birth to five years of age, specializing in children with special needs and their families. Within early childhood education, she has taught in a classroom, provided developmental therapy for children birth to three, trained teachers and therapists, and managed programs to ensure quality comprehensive services for at-risk children and families. She has excelled in direct service and leadership roles by developing supportive and accountable relationships with staff through supervision, ongoing professional development, and coaching. Her range of experiences includes building community partnerships, training, grant writing, developing community assessments, and managing budgets. LTeisha holds a Master of Education degree with a focus on Early Intervention and Family Support and a concentration in Diversity and Disabilities from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.