Teffany Ulrich, MS
Teffany’s journey at CSI began in 2017 when she assumed the role of Program Director overseeing Juvenile Justice Services. Her choice to join CSI was driven by her unwavering commitment to advocating for youth and families, aligning perfectly with CSI's profound dedication to giving every individual a voice and nurturing hope within each family.
Teffany brings more than 25 years of accumulated experience to her role, all dedicated to serving children, youth and families. Her deep understanding of the economic, cultural and social dynamics within the realms of human services, child welfare and juvenile justice are the result of a diverse career path. She commenced her career in law enforcement before transitioning to the group leader role at Tarkio Academy, followed by other roles in residential and juvenile detention facilities. It was during her six-year tenure at the Sarpy County Juvenile Justice Center that Teffany's passion for engaging with youth in therapeutic settings truly blossomed.
Her educational background is equally impressive, holding a master's degree in Crime Management, a bachelor’s degree of Criminal Justice Administration, and a Trauma-Informed Care Practitioner Certificate, demonstrating her commitment to staying at the forefront of her field.
Beyond her professional career, Teffany is an active participant on numerous boards and committees throughout Douglas and Sarpy County.
Despite her demanding schedule, Teffany cherishes her time with family and nurtures a range of hobbies, from kayaking and paddleboarding to golfing, traveling, biking, running and landscaping.