Triahnna Miles joined ECAC in 2023 as a Parent Educator. She is a spouse of a disabled, US Army veteran. Prior to joining ECAC, Triahnna worked as an Exceptional Children’s teacher (severe emotional disability, co-op, and resource) with grades 6-8, a Registered Behavioral Technician, and a Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA). She became interested in working with children when her son was diagnosed with a developmental delay, autism, a speech-language delay, and later attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Her daughter was also diagnosed with anxiety. Shortly after learning that her son’s service frequency could not be increased due to a shortage of therapists, Triahnna started her special education journey to fill that need. She earned an Associate’s in Applied Sciences in SLPA, a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Disorders, and a Master’s in Special Education from Fayetteville State University; all while advocating for her children and supporting others who advocate for their children. As a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, she also works diligently in her community and helps contribute to scholarships for high school seniors. In her spare time she also enjoys laughing, spending time with her family, church members, friends and sorority sisters, reading, painting, attending concerts and theater events and more.