Since 2011, Tegwin has led NAPE’s efforts in Texas providing STEM Equity Pipeline™ programs for over 900 educators in seven school districts including Dallas ISD and Houston ISD. She retired from Texas Instruments (TI) where she was Vice President.
With a unique background as an executive in both Finance and Human Resources, she takes an innovative approach to finding solutions that are good for both employees and bottom line. She is known for implementing process and policy changes that save time and money and creating strategies that increase employee engagement.
Tegwin has a history of building programs, enterprises and partnerships where none existed before, including the DFW Semiconductor Executive Council and the Regional Workforce Leadership Council. She has served on over 30 community boards and chaired 10 non-profit organizations, ranging from the Texas Engineering and Technology Consortium to Leadership Texas and served on the Board of Regents for TWU. She is the recipient of 11 awards including the Athena Award from the Regional Dallas Chamber of Commerce and the Tech Titan Community Hero Award from the Metroplex Technology Business Council.
She established Tegwin Pulley, Inc. in 2010 and consults for both business and education. She holds a BS in Education from Northwest Missouri State University and a MBA from the Executive MBA program at SMU and she attended the executive human resources program at the University of Michigan.