Monique Bryson

Monique Bryson | EPNC Director

Monique is from Racine, WI and has been with the Elver Park Neighborhood Center since 2013. She began her tenure as a lead teacher in the purple room and now serves as the center director. She received her B.S. in community and non-profit leadership, and is a two year AmeriCorps alum. Monique lives by the motto: “It takes a village to raise a child.” It is her goal to continue to foster the potential of each young person she meets and be a positive influence to the great Elver Park Community.

Carlie Toland

Carlie Toland | EPNC K-5 Program Coordinator

Carlie is from Lafayette, IN and has been with the Elver Park Neighborhood Center since 2014.  She received her B.S. in youth, adult & family services at Purdue University and went on to complete three years of service in the AmeriCorps VISTA program in three states. She is currently coordinating the elementary after school and summer day camp programs.  In her spare time, Carlie enjoys traveling to visit family and friends, attending music festivals and taking photos.

Cornelle-Scott Ndobegang

Cornelle-Scott Ndobegang | EPNC Youth Development Specialist

Cornelle was born in Kumba, Cameroon and moved to America at the age of seven. He attended and graduated from Verona Area High School in 2013. He has been involved in volunteering at community centers in the Madison area since the ninth grade. He has been with the Elver Park Neighborhood Center since fall 2016. He is also a strong believer in self education and spends a lot of time studying a varying array of areas from philosophy to economics.

Angie Alcorta

Angie Alcorta | EPNC Youth Development Specialist

Angie is from Sun Prairie, WI. She joined the Elver Park Neighborhood Center in March of 2017, and works with students in grades 3-5. She has received her B.S. in psychology at Upper Iowa University and has strong ties to the OutReach LGBT Community Center. In her free time, Angie enjoys cuddling her two small dogs Franklin and Prince, fostering dogs from Shelter From The Storm, gardening, attending summer festivals and spending time with her loved ones.

Jennifer Weber

Jennifer Weber | TTNC Center Director

Jen has been the center director for the Theresa Terrace Neighborhood Center since its doors opened in 2015.  She received her B.S. in human services from Edgewood College, and focused her studies on children and families.  She enjoyed the experience of building the center and its programming alongside the help of the community and other partners. She also enjoys building relationships and responding to the needs of our community members.

Lee’Angelo Lane

Lee’Angelo Lane | TTNC Youth Development Specialist

Lee’Angelo joined the team at Theresa Terrace Neighborhood Center in 2017 as a youth development specialist working with 3-5 graders.  He is a graduate of Madison West High School and has completed two internships with the Economic Development Division.  He has been contributing to the community through his work with a young males group called The Brotherhood, as well as, many years of volunteering in other community-based programs.  Lee’Angelo is excited to bring these experiences to the children and families of TTNC.