Teresa Sayasithsena is Vice President of CUE. She works closely with the President and is responsible for delivery of the on-going strategic planning and management of the business, and oversight of the operational infrastructure. In addition to this broad leadership role at CUE, Teresa also account manages a variety of client-facing projects in instructional design and evaluation. Teresa specializes in project planning and management, cost control, risk mitigation, and effective resource allocation.
Among Teresa's significant accomplishments at CUE have been the streamlining of internal operational processes to include instituting a new automated credit card payment system, designing an automated tracking database for internal and external projects, and creating an end-to-end structural process for a new specialized e-Learning Authoring Tool Selection service offered to current Corporate University clients. A few of her most recent client list includes the Dean Health Systems, Inc., State Farm Insurance, Booz Allen Hamilton, Research In Motion Limited, and ReedSmith, LLP.
Teresa was an original member of the CUE team during its early development stages at the Patent & Trademark Office University. While there, she independently managed the PTO University Extension Office, overseeing the training and educational programs offered through George Washington University, Marymount University, and Northern Virginia Community College. Teresa also administered the PTO Patent Academy's Juris Masters Program through George Washington University Law School.
Teresa returned to the CUE team in late in 2005 after serving the Arlington County community as a Deputy Sheriff for 8 years. In her role as Deputy Sheriff, Teresa was vital in developing case management for over 500 prisoners and independently managed over 200 inmate record files. She was also instrumental in identifying improper coding that led to recovery of over $50,000.00 in lost revenue. Her attention to detail brings necessary quality assurance to CUE's client work.
Teresa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Shippensburg University.