Metropolitan Nashville Education Association
531 Fairground Court, Nashville, TN 37211-2008
MNEA Vice President Theresa Wagner is a Physical Education teacher currently working at Jere Baxter Middle Prep. She has served on the MNEA Executive Board since October 18, 2007 when she was first elected District 3 Director. She has also served as the MNEA representative on the TEA Board of Directors (2011-2013). Ms. Wagner is a member of the MNEA Human RelVice-President Theresa Wagner has served as the District 9 member of the TEA Fund for Children and Public Education (FCPE) since 2016. Her service on the MNEA-PACE committee has prepared her with extensive knowledge of the political climate in Nashville and her connections to TEA members across the state keeps her up-to-date on the politics of both rural and other urban school districts. She currently works full time as a Physical Education teacher at Apollo Middle Prep and looks forward to continuing to serve the members of MNEA with faithful dedication as their TEA-FCPE representative.ations Committee, and the MNEA-PACE Council, and Past President of the Tennessee Urban Education Associations Council, a section of the Tennessee Education Association.
Prior to joining the MNEA Executive Board, Ms. Wagner served as a very active MNEA Alternate Representative. Her MNEA committee chairmanships have included Membership (2008-2010) and Human Relations Committee (2010-2011). She has served as an MNEA delegate to the TEA Representative Assembly and has also attended the National Education Association Annual Meeting as an MNEA and TEA delegate. She has also been a regular participant in meetings of the National Council of Urban Education Associations as both a member of MNEA and in her capacity as TUEAC President.
Ms. Wagner is the Female Co-Director of the Southeast Region for the NEA-GLBT Caucus. She is a certified trainer in the NEA Human and Civil Rights Division's Anti-Bullying and Harassment Cadre as well as the TEA IPD training cadre for “I Can Do It”.
Candidate for TEA Fund for Children and Public Education District 9