Terina Tulima Taulogo was born and raised in Laie, Hawaii where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University-Hawaii. She was offered an opportunity to teach second grade at the Pacific Heritage Academy in Salt Lake City, Utah.
She moved to St George, Utah to live near her brothers and their families. She started her career as a Learning Consultant at The Learning Center for Families (TLC), a private non-profit health, social service and school readiness agency in St George, Utah. She now works as an Enrollment and Recruitment Coordinator to help build community partnerships with other agencies in Washington County
She has been working with families who are facing difficulties and need help navigating their challenges to ensure the success of the youngest, most vulnerable members of our community. She does home visits with therapists and helps set parents’ minds at ease.
Terina is of Samoan, Tongan, and Chinese nationality and speaks fluent Spanish.