Kate Teague is a highly skilled training and technical assistance (T/TA) associate with extensive experience in early childhood home visiting. She brings deep expertise in program and project management, performance data collection, measurement data use, continuous quality improvement (CQI), and T/TA.

Teague is a data and CQI TA specialist for EDC’s Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Technical Assistance Resource Center (TARC). She also serves as an implementation TA specialist for the MIECHV Innovation TA Center.

Prior to joining EDC, Teague led CQI and performance reporting for Georgia’s MIECHV program. In this role, she provided leadership, training, and support on CQI initiatives across the Georgia Home Visiting Network. She specialized in facilitating improvement projects focused on caregiver-child interaction and maternal depression screening and response. Additionally, she facilitated data management and analysis for all performance measurement activities.

Teague holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and she completed the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI’s) Breakthrough Series College. She is also a certified trainer for the Mothers and Babies curriculum.