Petya Zeynelova

Petya is responsible for analyzing data gathered under the Nurse Family Partnership program in support of nurses. Her work supports the use of best practices and the achievement of targets and goals. She will also be supporting TSA’s evaluation team.

Prior to joining the Trust, Petya was an English Teacher for six years, teaching general and business English to students and adults. During this time, she earned a BA in Sociology from the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, graduating with honors. She took part in several research projects at the university. She has also taught English to disadvantaged children.

Petya has an associate’s degree in Human Services from Delaware Technical and Community College (DTCC), where she was the treasurer for the student organization Students in Service to Others (SISTO). As part of her degree, she completed two internships – one with DFS, working with the Investigation team of the Department of Services for Children, Youth and their Families and one with Delaware Hospice, working with a counselor for grieving children. She became a volunteer for Camp New Hope (summer camp for bereaved children) with Delaware Hospice.