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TLC announces Laura West Soltau as the new Executive Director
Teton Literacy Center’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Laura West Soltau as the new Executive Director. Laura has been leading the organization over the past few months following the departure of Shan Kingston, whose husband recently accepted a position in Washington State.
President of the Board, Bill Maloney, expresses his excitement regarding the decision stating “Laura has exhibited excellent management skills, is highly regarded by our staff, by our local educational organizations, and by the statewide organizations which support our education programs. She brings seamless continuity to the role of Executive Director.”
Laura has been on the Literacy Center staff since 2007 having served as Program Director for the past 3 years, and most recently as Associate Director. Laura has her Master’s of the Arts in Elementary Education and her Bachelor’s degree in Corporate Communication and Non-profit Management.
Laura will be on maternity leave through January. During Laura’s absence the talented, dedicated, highly motivated Teton Literacy Center staff will step up to support additional responsibilities and ensure high quality programs are delivered to the community. In addition, Carrie Boynton will serve as the interim Executive Director until Laura returns to a full time schedule. Carrie is an experienced Executive Director and is excited to work with Teton Literacy Center’s devoted team. Her email address is email@example.com. Our congratulations to Laura and our thanks to Carrie.
Teton Literacy Center provides free out-of-school time services to pre-school through high school students and their families. By providing individualized support through tutoring, enrichment and family literacy services, TLC empowers students to become contributing members of our community. Our mission is to change lives through the power of literacy. We envision a 100% literate community. Learn more at www.tetonliteracy.org or by calling 307-733-9242.
Contact: Bill Maloney, President, Board of Directors
Teton Literacy Center
1715 High School Rd. #260 Jackson, WY 83001
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Fiorella Lazarte is an early literacy coordinator with Jackson’s Teton Literacy Center. Today, she’s driving across town to the home of one her 5-year-old.
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We were happy to have the opportunity to help one of our families in the construction of their new Habitat home. - Zach Shepherd, Family Literacy Coordinator
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