K-12 Partnerships Manager, Office of Community Engagement, FIU
Anthony Teague is the K-12 Partnerships Manager within the Office of Community Engagement at Florida International University. In this role, Teague manages and supports various aspects of FIU’s ACCESS Program. Achieving Community Collaboration in Education and Student Success (ACCESS) is an achievement-oriented partnership that has enabled FIU to align the university’s combined instructional, research and creative talents to Miami-Dade County Public Schools to improve the academic success of K-12 students. Teague’s work within the ACCESS program include the FIU Junior Scholars Program, supporting the expansion of The Education Effect Program in the Little Haiti community and serving as a community-facing touch point for new and innovative collaborations.
Prior to his time with FIU, Teague served in various capacities and roles with AmeriCorps’ City Year Inc. for over 7 years. In his most recent role with the organization, Teague served as the Impact Director for the program 6 southernmost schools sites. In this role, Teague ensured implementation of the program’s service model with fidelity, while supporting the leadership development and guidance of over 55 volunteers and full-time employees.
An FIU Alum, Teague obtained his Executive Master’s in Public Administration from FIU’s Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs with a specialization in Human Resource Policy. Teague received his B.S. in Technical Systems Management from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana.