An accomplished teacher in western Massachusetts, Naomi Tetherly obtained a state of Massachusetts license in vice-principal/principal elementary (pre-K-6). She holds a master's in school administration from the American International College and a bachelor’s in psychology from Columbia University. Naomi Tetherly began her teaching career as a substitute public grade school teacher in 2005.
She then became a grade school teacher and eventually special education director and academic enhancement coordinator at the Robert M. Hughes Academy Charter Public School in Springfield, Massachusetts. Ms. Tetherly currently teaches at East Longmeadow Public Schools in Massachusetts. Prior to entering the teaching profession, she worked in the insurance industry.
Naomi Tetherly’s interests include learning foreign languages such as Japanese, German and Russian. She continues to expand her knowledge and appreciation of culture through her travels, and has visited India, Portugal, England, Germany, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands and the Dominican Republic. An avid runner, she is also in the process of writing a children’s book.