Teva Sienicki has provided executive leadership at Growing Home since 2002. Prior to Growing Home, she was a Project Manager at Volunteers for America. She was also an English as a Second Language teacher at Emily Griffith Opportunity School and a Community Affairs Coordinator at Alternatives to Family Violence. Early in her career she was an AmeriCorps member serving refugee and immigrant women in Tacoma, Washington. Teva co-chairs Adams County Homeless to Home, serves as governing board secretary of Early Childhood Partnerships of Adams County (ECPAC), and participates in the Adams County Youth Initiative (ACYI) steering committee. Teva completed her Master’s in intercultural and international management with a focus on community development and training from the School for International Training in Vermont.