Tenisha is a Consultant at UPD, and has worked on both the Metro Nashville Public Schools Performance Management and the New Mexico Public Education Department Organizational Transformation projects. She serves as a thought partner with district and state education agency leadership, supporting the strategic planning processes, facilitating process mapping sessions, and identifying process reengineering recommendations. She also worked on use case development and requirement gathering to support the implementation of an enterprise-wide, real-time data solution.
Prior to UPD, Tenisha worked at Booz Allen Hamilton on the U.S. Air Force “High Velocity Analysis Project” to quantitatively identify the optimal mix of military force required to meet wartime demands in a cost-effective, risk-minimizing manner. And prior to that, she worked as a budget analyst for the National Academy of Sciences.
Tenisha holds a Bachelor of Science, Systems Engineering from George Washington University as well as a Master of Science, Engineering Management from the University of Maryland.