My name is Beth Huber and I am both a graduate of East Tennessee State University and a part of the Early Childhood family. I earned a B.S. in Early Childhood Education in 2001. I started my early childhood career at the Child Study Center in October of that year. I enjoyed five years as a lead teacher in the infant/toddler department. My last year was spent teaching at Little Bucs, the student child care program. I returned to school in 2008, to complete a Master's degree in Early Childhood Education. During graduate school, I returned to the Child Study Center as a graduate assistant in the infant department. Upon completion of my degree, I began teaching as an adjunct instructor at Northeast State Community College and at ETSU. I discovered my passion for helping adults understand quality early childhood education.
In January, 2012 I became a proud member of ETSU's TECTA team. My work as a specialist allows me to continue teaching and supporting adult learners as they receive early childhood training and assistance. I also mentor students who are completing the CDA process. My work brings me much joy as I work with early childhood educators on a daily basis. I am also involved in the AAEYC (Appalachian Association for the Education of Young Children). I am currently serving as one of the organization's co-presidents. I am very interested in supporting college students in their efforts to be part of a professional organization. My role as co-president has enabled me to meet other early childhood educators state-wide, and for this I am grateful.
Lastly, I am the wife of Chris and mother to three children, Madison, Carly, and Jack. We enjoy living and exploring beautiful East Tennessee.