Ph.D., Board Vice President
Teah is a native of South Sacramento where she developed a passion for serving marginalized, underserved communities. She is an active volunteer for various non-profit organizations that advocate for and support social justice issues. Teah holds degrees in Psychology, African American Studies, Southern Studies, and Sociology, and uses her platform as an academic to raise the voices and highlight the diverse experiences of marginalized populations. As a devoted village-hand, in addition to her role in Safe Black Space, Teah is Vice President of the Sac ACT Board, an EEC facilitator, a health and wellness workshop facilitator, and a research data specialist. Teah’s favorite role is mother to her two sons.