Alumni Boards

Washington Alumni Board


The Teach For America-Washington Alumni Board is a volunteer group charged with supporting the more than 950 alumni across our state who work together to advance educational equity. We aim to engage in collective actions that will help close the opportunity gap for children in low-income communities and provide a network of support for our fellow alumni as they advance their careers.

Interested in serving on the board? Want to connect with a board member? Contact Board Chair Trang Le for more info.

Chicago–Northwest Indiana 2012
Special Projects Associate Green Dot Public Schools
Vice Chair
Houston 2012
Manager, Alumni Leadership Teach For America
Social Chair
New York 2006
Founding Principal Summit Public Schools
Development Chair
Houston 2005
Program Manager- Career Choice Amazon
Meeting Facilitator
Greater Delta: Mississippi & Arkansas 2010
Business Development Valve Software
Board Treasurer
D.C. Region 2009
Managing Director, Alumni Leadership and Community Teach For America
Data Manager
Greater Philadelphia 2013
Graduate Student and Research Assistant University of Washington
Social Media Chair
Washington 2014
Fourth Grade Teacher Sunnyside School District
Social Chair
Las Vegas Valley 2009
Head of Product
Promotional Media Chair
Washington 2014
Elementary Teacher Basin City Elementary
Development Chair
Hawai‘i 2011
Recent Law School Graduate

The Collective Board


The Collective-Washington is the regional chapter of Teach For America’s national alumni of color association, which works to grow leadership capacity, strengthen community, and increase access to opportunities for our students. 

Contact Victoria Wimalarathna to learn more about membership and upcoming events.

Los Angeles 2012
Management Consultant Accenture
Greater Tulsa 2009
Director of Education Sylvan Learning Center
Dallas–Ft. Worth 2015
Talent Recruiter for Green Dot Washington
Hawai‘i 2011
Recent Law School Graduate
Bay Area 2013
Consultant, Caiman Consulting
Washington 2014
Coordinator, Development and Regional Operations Teach For America