Manager of Workforce Strategy and Analytics
Tesa provides support for Center for Economic Inclusion’s workforce development outcomes and strategic planning by providing research, data analysis, project management and partner relations for North@Work and other initiatives.
Tesa joined us from the state of Minnesota where she served as the Equal Opportunity, Diversity and Inclusion Special Programs Coordinator at Minnesota Management and Budget. She has also held roles with the St. Paul Literacy Consortium, Summit Academy OIC and LoveWorks Academy.
Tesa received a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and Psychology from Metro State University and a master’s degree in Education from Capella University. Tesa is married with five children.
My motivation are the 4 young black kings I have the privilege of calling sons. With this work I realize that every email, phone call, partnership and meeting is a step closer to making a lasting difference for the Minneapolis region. I’m exciting about being a part of an organization that is bold and willing to disrupt systems for lasting change.