ETP is proud to have assembled an outstanding staff of talented and dedicated professionals.
Randi Rubenstein brings 30 years of senior-level executive experience in health, research and education to ETP. Prior to founding ETP in 2005, she was Vice President of Operations for Ascolta Training Company, where she oversaw educational programs and curriculum development. Before that, she was co-founder / Vice President at Center for Healthcare Information for 11 years (now named Dorland Healthcare Information). Earlier, she was a Division Manager at the Health Data Institute, and an analyst at the RAND Corporation.
Randi holds a Master’s of Science degree from the UCLA School of Public Health, and a Bachelor’s degree with distinction in Sociology from the University of Illinois. Randi also has extensive volunteer leadership experience with schools and non-profit organizations, including 5 years of afterschool tutoring in underprivileged areas. Ms. Rubenstein is a member of the American Public Health Association and the North Carolina Parenting Education Network. She and her family relocated from Orange County, California to Raleigh, North Carolina in 2011.
Instructor and Community Outreach Coordinator
In her role with ETP, Belinda instructs teens and educators, participates in ETP’s curriculum development, and assists ETP’s clients with program implementation. In addition to working with ETP, Belinda is a clinical psychologist who serves as a mental health consultant for the Head Start and Early Head Start programs. In her many years of working with Head Start, she’s had the opportunity to serve numerous children and their families in difficult life circumstances. Belinda is excited to be a part of ETP’s program because it gives her an opportunity to focus on prevention. She enjoys teaching all ages because she knows that education is the key to positive change. Belinda has an M.A. degree in Clinical Psychology from Appalachian State University, and is also an adjunct instructor of psychology at a community college.
Assistant to the Executive Director
Ren Wiles Jr.
Ren Wiles first became familiar with ETP as a participant in our Healthy Foundations workshop at his high school in 2012. Interested in a career in education, after high school Ren began attending college and volunteering with ETP as an instructor’s aide. In 2016, he joined the ETP staff to contribute his diverse skills and assistance to the organization, while he is continuing his education.
- Tara Baker – M.S. from North Carolina State University in Youth Development and Family and Consumer Sciences
- Lisheema Barr – B.S. from Emmanuel College, Franklin Springs, GA; M.P.A. from UNC-Chapel Hill in progress
- Maria Barragan – M.S.W. from University of Southern California
- Courtney Clark – M.S. from North Carolina State University in Educational / Instructional Technology
- Sheri Little – M.A. in Health Education from East Carolina University
- Belinda McFerren – M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Appalachian State University
- Dawn Morris – M.S. in Counseling and Psychology from Troy State University
- Rosa Rochin – B.A. from National University, San Diego
- Milicia Tedder, PhD – PhD from University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Child and Family Studies
- Brandy Artis
- Chris Cheung
- Leslie Claiborne
- Natalie Gentry
- Natalie Green
- Will Manning
- Lurae Rubenstein
- Jimmy Singh