Teresa De Flitch
Teresa recently transitioned to the spirits industry from a fifteen year career in K-16 education innovation. Prior to joining Wigle Whiskey, Teresa served as a museum educator, creating interpretation plans and training tour guides for historic sites, and planned several education conferences, managing all aspects of the process, from concept to day-of logistics. She has also served as a Project Manager for the Center for History and New Media working on a project for the U.S. Department of Education; the Director of City as Our Campus at Winchester Thurston School; and Director of Learning Innovation at the Green Building Alliance. In addition, she worked as a special projects consultant for various organizations and entities, such as The Sprout Fund, Children's Museum of Pittsburgh; The Community Robotics Education and Technology Empowerment (CREATE) Lab at Carnegie Mellon University; and the Architect of the Capitol, where she helped train more than 10,000 Congressional staffers. She brings a strong education and community focus to her work in spirits.