Our Board

The philosophy of the TTT Board is staff led, board protected. The vision and strategies of the organization are created and managed by the President. The board’s role is to act as a sounding board for management, so the best high-level decisions are made considering the vision. TTT is faith-founded and its board members are united in their Christian faith to build God's kingdom with our work.

Andrew Accardy

Andrew earned a bachelor’s degree in Communication at Moody Bible Institute, a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership at BIOLA University, and a Graduate Certificate in Strategic Planning at the Paterson Center. For over 20 years, Andrew has worked in non-profit organizational leadership. Currently, he is the President and Chief Operating Officer at Living on the Edge in Atlanta, Georgia. Andrew worked as the Chief Operating Officer at TTT for five years and currently serves as the Chair of the Board. Andrew serves on the board because of his passion to help the underserved world.

Jennifer Jukanovich

Jennifer Jukanovich

Jennifer earned a degree from Gordon College and a master’s in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Jennifer is a current doctoral student in the Global Leadership and Change program at Pepperdine University. Jennifer has previously served as the Founder and Executive Director of The Vine, executive assistant to the president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, and personal assistant to President Clinton’s volunteer religious liaison. Most recently, Jennifer served as Vice President for Student Life at Gordon College. Prior to this, Jennifer lived and worked in Rwanda. Jennifer serves on this board because she believes in the leadership and she has seen the need first-hand from her time serving in developing countries.

David Keim

David Keim

Dave earned a bachelor’s degree in Education at Bucknell University and a Master’s degree in Education with a concentration in Educational Leadership at Lesley University. Dave was a 4th and 5th grade classroom teacher for six years and has been the principal of the Miller School in Holliston, Massachusetts for 20 years. In the early years of TTT, Dave traveled to Haiti as an instructor on multiple occasions during the season of testing our effectiveness in larger groups of 75-100 participants in various locations in Haiti. Dave serves on this board because he has a passion for teaching and learning. He was impressed with the TTT curriculum and how the training focused on helping the Haitian teachers and administrators better educate the students of Haiti.

Kara Miller

Kara earned a degree from Eastern Mennonite College with a degree in English and Theater and then attended James Madison University and earned a Secondary Education Certification. In 2010, Kara became actively involved in the creation of a Christian school. She wrote a curriculum and has been teaching Apologetics to 7th and 8th graders for the past 10 years. Kara is actively involved in teaching classes to both adult and children at her local church. Kara serves on this board because she desires to support and encourage those who are living the gospel of Jesus and sharing His truth in love through teacher training.

Beth Mollenhauer

Beth attended Gordon College where she graduated with two bachelor degrees in Elementary Education and Moderate/Severe Special Needs. After college, she worked with 8th grade students with learning disabilities and special needs and then was a 5th grade classroom teacher. Then, Beth was a leader at her church for six years, responsible for writing curriculum and managing the classes and care from birth to 5th grade. For the past 10 years, she has served as the TTT President and co-writer of the training program. Beth serves on this board because it is her honor to come alongside underserved teachers and school leaders.

Priscilla Nelson

Priscilla Nelson

Priscilla earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education at Gordon College, Master of Education in Curriculum Development and Educational Leadership from Boston University, and Doctorate in Language and Literacy from the University of Massachusetts. She is an Associate Professor of Education and the Richard F. Gross Chair of Undergraduate Education at Gordon College. Priscilla has over 40 years’ experience in education as a classroom teacher, school principal, and college professor. Priscilla provided guidance to the co-writers of TTT in its early years. Priscilla serves on this board because she is passionate about teacher preparation around the world, especially in reading instruction.

Donna Robinson

Donna earned a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education and History at Gordon College, Master of Education in Reading from Salem State University, a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Education in Innovative Practices in Education from Salem State University, and a Doctorate in Language and Literacy from the University of Massachusetts. She was an Associate Professor of Education at Gordon College, now retired, and currently teaches part time in the Graduate Education Department at Gordon College. Donna has 36 years’ experience in education, specializing in reading, secondary education and critical thinking. Donna serves on the board because she is enthusiastically committed to the mission of TTT – creating rigorous curriculum, teaching teachers, who in turn teach children who have been marginalized.