Tarren is passionate about providing equitable education to all students. She believes it is her purpose to do the important work of closing the achievement gap and assisting those in need. Upon graduating from the University of Michigan with her B.A. in Child Psychology, Tarren landed a teaching fellowship at Sharpstown M.S., with a non- profit known as Citizens Schools, who’s mission, in short, was to extend the learning day. During her time with C.S., she developed state-wide curriculum for taught apprenticeship classes, organized various fundraising and volunteer events, and collected and analyzed state data.
Two years later, she was promoted to Campus Director where she was given the opportunity to pilot the first extended learning program at a local middle school. Tarren trained and hired her C.S. staff to begin the program. Ms. Everette led sessions in Instructional Strategies, Behavior Management, and Lesson Plan Development. After two years of successful program data, Tarren was drawn back to the classroom and began teaching in the Alief School District where she is taught and served as the Science Lead Specialist for four years, and at KIPP Charter schools for one year. After teaching for a year at Fusion Academy Galleria, Tarren has decided to serve as Assistant Director at the Fusion Academy Woodlands campus. In December of 2017, Tarren Everette completed her Masters in Administration and Supervision.
In 2011, and 2012, Tarren received the Teacher of the Year Award from Texas Music Education and was nominated for Teacher of the Year in 2017. In her free time, Tarren enjoys reading, dancing, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.