T. Faith Milazzo is the products and contracts manager for the Institute for Learning. She began her career at the IFL as a content developer for the science and leadership teams. After several years of collaborating with the IFL fellows editing and formatting high-quality professional development materials and internal documents, Milazzo began editing learning plans and proposals, helping to strengthen the administrative process. In addition to those roles, she also works as the content developer on the Gates Network for School Improvement grant project.
A grammar guru and a champion of consistency, Milazzo has created over a dozen training and process documents for the IFL andcontinues to look for ways to help the IFL get better at getting better.
Milazzo graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Secondary English Education. She has taught elementary, secondary, and college students in private and public schools as well as mentored youth in an after-school program for at-risk children. Before coming to the IFL, Milazzo was an editor and project manager for a communications design firm.
In her spare time, Milazzo spearheads the award-winning Penn Hills Anti-Litter Group, the suburban-Pittsburgh community initiative she founded in 2017. In 2020, she was awarded the inaugural Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Community Pride Award in recognition of outstanding commitment to environmental stewardship and community improvement efforts.