Tippi Foley joined the Perry Board of Education in May 2016. She has twenty one years experience in education and has been employed by the Lake County Educational Service Center since 2008. Tippi spent her first twelve years in education at Auburn Career Center where she worked as a Teacher, Career Pathways Counselor, and Enrollment Specialist serving eleven school districts throughout Lake and Geauga Counties. Prior to her work at Auburn, Tippi was an instructor for the Dr. James H. Porter Center for Science & Mathematics in addition to coaching softball and soccer for Madison High School. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Kent State University in 1992 with a major in Psychology, her teaching license from Lake Erie College, and Administration License from Cleveland State University in 2007.
Tippi comes from a family of five children and has lived in Lake County her entire life. She and her husband Derek have lived in Perry for the last 13 years where they are raising three children; Austin 23, Andrew 17 and Emily 11.