TCCC has hired LaTisha Vaughn-Brandon as Director of Networks and Community Engagement.
Vaughn-Brandon will take responsibility for TCCC’s Kindergarten Readiness Network and will lead TCCC’s efforts to expand and deepen connections with community groups across the education continuum. She will work with a board-level committee and grassroots community groups to engage parents, students, caregivers, teachers and others in education-related decisions that affect them.
Vaughn-Brandon replaces Alexa Stephens, who has left the organization with the grateful appreciation of the TCCC Board of Directors and staff for her service.
“LaTisha Vaughn-Brandon has a deep knowledge of the root causes of disparity in education, is committed to equity and understands the factors that impede kindergarten readiness and high school graduation rate and readiness,” TCCC CEO John Read said. “We’re excited to have her join the team and share that knowledge with our staff and community partners.”
Vaughn-Brandon is the owner and operator of Engineering for Kids Charleston and the owner and primary consultant for Vaughn-Brandon Consulting. Prior to her current work, Vaughn-Brandon was the director of education initiatives with Charleston Promise Neighborhood, assistant associate superintendent for the Charleston County School District and principal of North Charleston Elementary School.
She has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Missouri, a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Park College, now Park University, and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Georgia State University.