Tianna Anderson was born and raised in the big city of Fort Valley, Georgia. She graduated in 1998 from Peach County High School. After high school, she attended Fort Valley State University and received her bachelor’s degree in 2003. After working in the insurance field for several years, she decided to pursue a career in teaching. Ms. Anderson enrolled in Wesleyan’s GATAPP program where she earned a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. Upon completion she began her career as an elementary school teacher in Bibb County. After two years she moved to Houston County where she taught for 12 years before becoming an Assistant Principal at David A. Perdue Primary and David A. Perdue Elementary.
Ms. Anderson has four children who are all products of the Houston County School System; Paige is a nursing student at Albany State University, Destine is a psychology major at Georgia Military College, and Bryson and Brayden are both students at Houston County High School. She also has one grandson, Gavin, who is a second grader at Eagle Springs Elementary.
In her spare time she loves to travel, spend time with family, and work on craft projects.