Where is Teach For America Corporate office Headquarters

Teach For America Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 315 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 212-279-2080
  • Fax Number: 212-279-2081
  • Email: info@teachforamerica.org
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1989
  • Founder: Wendy Kopp
  • Key People: Elisa Villanueva Beard

Teach For America Headquarters Location & Directions

Teach For America Headquarters Executive Team



Wendy Kopp

Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director

Elisa Villanueva Beard

Chief Operating Officer

Doug Albrecht

Director and Chairman of St Louis

Susan Asiyanbi

Executive Vice President of Teacher Preparation, Support and Development

Monique Ayotte-Hoeltzel

Executive Vice President of Alumni Affairs

Steve Betts

Director and Chairman of Phoenix

Elissa Clapp

Senior Vice President of Recruitment

About Teach For America, History and Headquarters Information

Teach for America is a non profit company that helps low-income communities in the United States by providing them teachers, who are recent college graduates and professionals of different academic majors and career interests from top universities. The selected teachers, called corps, have to teach in one of the 52 urban and rural public schools for at least 2 years. They provide early childhood education, math and science, and all initiatives to address needs in education. Uncertified faculty members get a chance to grab a certification through coursework taken while completing the program.

The company was incorporated in 1990 and is headquartered in New York, USA. TFA was established by Wendy Kopp along with other members including Whitney Tilson, Douglas Shulman, and Richard Barth. In 2015, the organization set a record of 50,000 corps members and alumni who altogether successfully taught over 5 million students worldwide. It all started with serving in six regions, which has now reached a high number 52.

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  • henry briggs says:

    Wow, an immediate response..I don’t want to share this with anyone except the someone who should read it, and soon, and I want to continue to applaud the program and its very able local director, and am simply mystified, including with the term “moderation.” And I love my contact there. Please don’t post anything.Finis . HPB

  • henry briggs says:

    This supplements a note yesterday . Briefly, a national organization with no telephone switchboard or Board membership posting?
    I did a bit of part-time capital fund-raising -not corporations or foundations– but promising individuals only -and was not very successful, frankly and sadly ,but made numerous prominent citizens aware of what TFA is and stands for , although I didn’t have access to local school principals, parents teachers ,students or advisory board. I had been the Head for 30 years of two prominent independent schools and active in undergraduate admissions and financial aid in a prominent college, and hoped I had something to offer. I am having more part-time modestly paid success with another local Episcopal Diocese organization called Summer Reading Loss for pre-school students.
    Since July 6, I have been owed $ 4,400 by TFA , and need the money, and keep being told by a very nice j local junior staff member that my papers are inexplicably buried somewhere in your national headquarters. I still believe in TFA’s goals, having known a few dozen proud participants, so
    I had never dreamed I might write a note such as this. Henry Payson Briggs, Jr.

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