A proud military brat, Tavie has lived all over the world and was exposed to various education environments. Tavie attended Texas Woman’s University where she completed a dual-degree program with a bachelor’s of science in biology and psychology. She planned to become a neonatologist, but found herself teaching middle school math and science in D.C. public schools. Although she had never aspired to go into the field of education, teaching seemed like a natural gift.
Upon completing a master’s in education from Catholic University and a master’s in business administration from Strayer University, Tavie dove into the “business” of education. Prior to joining E4E, Tavie worked with schools, districts, and state departments of education to ensure that there are proper systems and trainings in place to support teachers. Some of her previous roles include director of human resources, director of human capital, project manager, and organizational development specialist.
Tavie is excited about her work at E4E in human assets. Teachers must be able to voice their concerns to make impactful change. At E4E, we must keep this top of mind as we work with teachers to be agents of change.