Getting to know Theresa Barnett, COSA's Northwest Regional Mentor
The COSA Team sat down to answer a few questions about themselves and their work in the out-of-school time field. In this interview, COSA's Northwest Regional Mentor Theresa Barnett shares a little about herself and her passion for OST programming.
What are some fun/interesting facts about yourself?
I am a beekeeper, and I currently am caring for 23 hives.
Why do you love out-of-school time programming?
I love the positive impact that it can make on a child and on their family!
What is special about your region?
- Wapakoneta is Neal Armstrong’s hometown.
- Kelleys Island has the world’s largest easily accessible glacial grooves.
What do you love about your role with COSA?
It allows me to visit a myriad of different OST programs, which empowers me to see, experience, and share all of the diversity from each program.