Q&A with T.W.:
What made you interested in education advocacy?
During my time in the Legislature, I saw firsthand the need for parents to be empowered with decisions for their child’s education. As a parent, I know firsthand how each child is different, and as such, parents should have options as to how their children are educated. My focus in office was really on breaking the devastating effects of generational poverty. A primary step in ending that cycle is access to a quality education regardless of your ZIP code.
What is one thing you hope to accomplish with OSF in the next year?
I still feel like OSF is a well-kept secret. Helping to get the word out on this unique partnership between parents and the business community is key.
What is one thing most people wouldn’t know about you?
I am an avid music fan and on the worship team at my church.