Administration Staff 

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Anita Teague, Executive Director

Email: Anita.Teague@cdctn.org


Community Development Center

Anita Teague accepted the position of Executive Director to the Community Development Center in July of 2013 and is very passionate about serving others and meeting the needs of the communities in which we serve.

Anita holds a Master of Science Degree in Counseling and Student Personnel Services from Kansas State University.  She also holds a Bachelor of Science from Kentucky Wesleyan College with a major in Communication Arts and a minor in Biology.

Before joining the Community Development Center Anita has worked in Nonprofit Management, Children’s Programming, and Higher Education Administration.

 

Amanda McCall, Accounting Manager

Email: Amanda.McCall@cdctn.org


Community Development Center Administration

 

Tabatha Norton

Tabatha Norton, Human Resources Generalist

Email: HR@cdctn.org


 

Community Development Center Administration

Tabatha joined the CDC in 2019 with over 15 years of Human Resource experience. She is a graduate of MTSU with a BS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology with a minor in Business.  

The CDC is her first venture working in the non-profit world, but she has a lot of experience as a volunteer for many years with the Bedford County Relay for Life.

Daryl Graham, I.T. Manager

Email: Daryl.graham@cdctn.org 


Community Development Center Administration

Prior to joining the CDC in 2022 Daryl worked for TCAT Shelbyville as a PC technician. Along with his experience in the IT field, Daryl has worked for Dell Inc. Supporting the Boeing Company.

Daryl holds certificates in IT, PC repair, from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Shelbyville, Tennessee.

 

Sarah Hunt

Sarah Hunt, Founder


Community Development Center

Sarah was a founding board member of the Community Development Center in 1972. She has also worked in Special Education, Kindergarten and Head Start. She served as the Agency Director for over 30 years. Sarah retired in 2015.

Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education/Elementary Education from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. She also received a Masters degree in Special Education from Middle Tennessee State University.

 

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