BS, Biology/Concentration in Organismal and Marine Biology, Spring Hill College
M.Ed, Curriculum and Instruction, Pennsylvania State University
Teresa Belt, a native of St. Louis, Missouri, has more than 12 years of experience in education, serving as as both an instructor and administrator in secondary education. Belt has worked with learners of all ages, from youth to adult, and has extensive experience designing coursework to address the appropriate needs of the audience. As an administrator of academics, she has overseen the development of curriculum in several disciplines, and developed and implemented varying levels of technology-centered curricula. Belt has a robust working knowledge of educational grant writing and experience with accreditation processes. Over the past 12 years, Teresa has worked in both the public and private school systems of Alabama and Louisiana.
As the Center for Sport’s Director of Education, Belt is charged with the strategic development and expansion of sport-centered educational opportunities, including programs for undergraduate and graduate students, continuing education and summer enrichment courses for high school students.
Teresa has a passion for athletics. She played volleyball at the collegiate level and has coached for USA Volleyball club teams (ages 12-16) and the junior varsity volleyball teams of John L. LeFlore High School and Ursuline Academy High School New Orleans.