Tammy Taylor Lane is the WVPTI Family Engagement Specialist for Region 4. Tammy lives in Nicholas County with her husband, Robb, and mother Carolyn. Together, Tammy and Robb have six children, Caroline, Cody, Jacqueline, Josiah, Maddi, and Cassie along with a granddaughter, Laken.
She is a graduate of Concord University and holds degrees in Education and Theater. She is currently completing a master's program in Family Life Education at Omega Graduate School in Tennessee. Tammy has taught at the Elementary School, during which time she has helped special needs children.
Tammy is an advocate for the Multiple Sclerosis Society in research and development, as she was diagnosed with MS in 1996. She, also, is an advocate for the Parkinson's Disease association, Michael J. Fox Foundation.
Tammy loves to read and spend time with her family and five dogs (Bagel, Louie, Pepper, Eli, and Red Ryder).
She is looking forward to assisting the families who have children/youth with special needs in Region 4.
Her area includes the counties of Nicholas, Pocahontas, Webster, Randolph, Pendleton, Tucker, Grant, Hardy, Mineral, Hampshire, Morgan, Berkeley, Jefferson, and part of Preston.