Meet the Board of Directors

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Tami Fox is a writer, speaker, homeschool mom, and wife. She and her husband have homeschooled their six children for the past 16 years. They have graduated two of their children and are currently homeschooling their four younger boys.

Tami has been a homeschool speaker both at homeschool conferences and through online webinars for several years. She has written a new book on organizing the home and homeschool called Giving Your Children Wings Without Losing Yours. You can contact her through email at tami@tamifox.com.

  Lori Barklage is a homeschooling mom to three  delightful life-learners – ages 22, 20, and 18 – and wife to another (older but still young) life-  learner for over 26 years. The family lives, loves, and learns in Catawba NC.

 Lori stays busy with her family and enjoys offering support to those new to or interested in  homeschooling.


 

Stephanie Bentley is a former public elementary school teacher. After a few years of teaching, Stephanie came home to teach her two children. The family lives in Cary, NC. They enjoy a family oriented lifestyle that allows them to learn together, serve others, and spend lots of time in nature.


 Teresa Moore is a homeschooling mother of two who moved to Winston-Salem in 2014 after her first few years of homeschooling in Charlotte. In addition to her career work in the IT field, Teresa is the Director for an inclusive homeschool cooperative in Winston-Salem. Her interests include travel, cooking, and volunteering for animal welfare and rescue groups.


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Teri Kuiper, widowed when her three amazing children were very young, has been life learning with them since they were born. They were at home with her full time from early 2000, up through part of their college years.  All three daughters have now achieved their Associate Degree and are pursuing Bachelor Degrees in their various passions.  Teri has time now to devote to multiple endeavors, such as co coordinating the statewide Love to Learn Homeschool Conference and acting as liaison for the HA-NC membership with the NCDNPE (both under the auspices of the Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina, Inc.).

Teri thrives on travel, reading, spending time with her children, researching and starting new businesses, vermicomposting, raising chickens, building and creating things with her hands and discovering new things to try.