TASP is a small, but growing, non-profit.
As of February 2020, TASP is excited to welcome their first Executive Director, Chelsea Tighe, M.Ed. Chelsea comes to TASP with over 15 years of experience in the field of disabilities. She is an experienced program administrator with a master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, and a background in early intervention, childcare, family support, and developmental disabilities. Prior to joining TASP in 2017, Chelsea worked at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland for 12 years, where she was the Director of the Family Support Services and Growing Together Programs. The Family Support Services Program worked with both children and adults with developmental disabilities, and their families through the local Early Intervention program and the local Developmental Disabilities Administration, and the Growing Together Program supported parents with intellectual disabilities in a home and center-based program. Before being hired as TASP’s Executive Director this past February, Chelsea worked with TASP for over 2 years as their Administrative Coordinator.
Chelsea works in conjunction with our incredible and committed Board of Directors to implement the work of TASP.