Annette Tucker is a retired educator who worked with elementary students and student teachers in Virginia and North Carolina. She believes in the importance of teaching the whole child and working with others to achieve common goals. She believes that knowledge is power and that success is achieved when we equip others with the tools they need for self-sufficiency.
Annette spent twenty-one years working for major telephone companies. She later returned to college and received an endorsement in Early Childhood Education. She is a certified K-6 teacher and K-12 supervisor/administrator and community volunteer. She also was named “Teacher of the Year” by her colleagues.
Annette has received numerous awards including: Citizen of the Year, the Democratic Black Caucus of Virginia Josephine Marshall award and several grant awards.
Annette holds a Master’s degree in Education Administration and Supervision from Virginia State University.