Honoring Stories and Integrating Curriculum™: How to Build and Sustain Communities, Episode 2, Part 2
Corporate Investment Strategy Best Practices: Cheri Tillis, COO
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Cheri D. Tillis is the Executive VP/COO of award winning and nationally recognized Fathers’ and Families Support Center, St. Louis. Mrs. Tillis is responsible for providing oversight of agency programs and daily operations of 6 current locations and the 55 staff positions with the help of her phenomenal team of Directors and Managers. She has 15+ years of experience in this role and currently focuses on building community partnerships, federal grant writing, program development and management. Prior to her responsibilities at FFSC, she served as a Youth Specialist for the Division of Youth Services in St. Louis, MO. She also served the St. Louis area as an Americorps member. Mrs. Tillis holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Jackson State University, a Masters of Science in HR Management from Lindenwood University, a Business Management for Non-Profit Leaders Certificate from Washington University Olin School of Business and was a 2016 Missouri Foundation for Health Fellow. She has also served as the PI on several Fatherhood research studies in partnership with Washington University Brown School of Social Work and The Brown School Evaluation Center in St. Louis, Mo. Most importantly, she is the wife of Bradford Tillis and the mother of 2 sons, Caleb and Nicholas.
Episode 2, Part 2: Cheri Tillis, COO Fathers and Families and Support Center
Honoring Stories and Integrating Curriculum™: How to Build and Sustain Communities
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