Heidi Treu, MPH, and Certified Teacher, provides a rich and diverse background in teaching and program development for primary and secondary education. Her primary areas of teaching expertise are in health and science at the middle school levels, but she has also taught and developed programming in various other topics and levels. She taught English at an international school in Bolivia working with 3rd and 4th grade students. She has developed programming and curriculum at the pre-K and primary education levels that integrates health and science into an inter-disciplinary instruction format for core topics. She has also taught music and piano lessons professionally and served as a volunteer leading congregational children’s choirs in the Morgantown and the New York City areas. She has taught middle school and junior high school as a licensed educator in both the public school and charter school settings and, as such, provides a diverse and credible perspective on the challenges and opportunities in child education.
Heidi Treu earned a Master of Public Health degree at the University of Utah School of Medicine. While completing her graduate degree she worked at Thrasher Research Fund, a non-profit entity that funds medical research to improve the lives of children worldwide. She assisted in medical research programs with this organization in Ghana. She completed her undergraduate degree in secondary education with an emphasis in health education and a minor in geography at Brigham Young University. Heidi’s children have attended public schools in Morgantown.