About Tyler Le Peau
Tyler Le Peau has been working to empower individuals, youth and families in our community through education and outreach since 2005. Previously, Ms. Le Peau has worked as an ESL teacher for Flowing Wells High School, a Director of Children and Youth at Southside Presbyterian Church, and a Volunteer Coordinator for the Primavera Foundation and Tucson Meet Yourself. She has a particular interest in working with youth from diverse backgrounds and forming community partnerships. She is a graduate student in the University of Arizona Special Education program. As a Senior Instructional Specialist for Project CHANGE (Career, Harassment, and Nontraditional Gender Education) with SIROW, Ms. Le Peau teaches students, parents and educators to examine gender stereotypes and how they may limit students’ participation in CTE (Career and Technical Education) or impact their career choice. She encourages students to examine current job market trends and to think outside the box for their future career path. Ms. Le Peau also teaches about digital citizenship and how to prevent and address cyberbullying and sexual harassment. Ms. Le Peau’s experience includes: - Volunteer training and supervision - Designing and managing philanthropic events - Developing curricula and materials - Program management, program coordination and program evaluation - Data management and data coordination - Youth education - Community partnerships for service learning. Ms. Le Peau serves as a volunteer for Miles Exploratory Learning Center, the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona and Integrative Touch for Kids.
BA, English Education