NASHVILLE – Today the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association announced that Celia Trevathan is joining the organization as member relations coordinator. Trevathan will assist with the association’s youth education and leadership training programs.
“I appreciate the work that TECA does for rural and suburban Tennessee, and I am pleased to be a part of its efforts,” says Trevathan, a former STEAM educator for Metro Nashville Public Schools. “I am excited to use my background in education to help young people build leadership skills and a better understanding of co-ops.”
“Programs like the Youth Leadership Summit, Washington Youth Tour and 4-H Electric Camp are helping prepare a new generation of young leaders, and we think these are wise investments in the future of the communities we serve,” says David Callis, executive vice president and general manager for TECA. “Celia’s experience in education is going to add value to our youth programs, and we are excited to have her on our team at TECA.”