Our account executives consist of proven professionals in education and business. We're composed of former classroom teachers, principals, superintendents and everything in between.
Our goal is simple — to see you be successful!
Contact one of our state specific account executives below or call our office for more information about TE21's award-winning products.
PHONE  579-2520 | TOLL FREE  982-8321 | FAX  849-2951 | EMAIL info@TE21.com
Vernita Wilson’s most recent education experience was as director of professional development for Jackson Public Schools. Previously, she taught high school English. She has facilitated language arts and professional development presentations at state and national conferences.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 601-383-7609
Courtney Kelly is an experienced education account manager in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. She most recently worked for Lakeshore Learning Materials, selling educational materials for infants through sixth grade. As regional sales manager, she worked with school districts and other organizations in three states. Miller is on the board of directors for the South Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children.
Email: email@example.com | Phone: 919-805-9448
Tarah Ballenger is a former teacher who is passionate about helping students succeed. Most recently, she has worked in inside sales. Tarah is a Greenville, SC, native.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 864-345-3645
Nancy Ford’s 33-year career with Orangeburg School District Five includes service at all levels from teacher to assistant superintendent. She was a successful elementary school principal prior to joining the central office where she was director of staff development and then assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction & assessment.
Email: email@example.com | Phone: 803-422-5356
Debra Cole is a former mathematics teacher and central office administrator in Berkeley County Schools. She was a mathematics teacher specialist at the South Carolina Department of Education for four years and also was director of middle grades acceleration in Charleston County for a year.