Teague brings 9 years of wilderness therapy experience to the WinGate team. Teague was introduced to wilderness therapy as a student of WinGate in 2010. For WinGate, she has worked as a transporter, transport coordinator, field instructor, office manager, clinical assistant, executive assistant, and now works in admissions. She has seen first hand, in multiple positions, the changes adolescents and young adults can make through wilderness treatment. She now lives a full, healthy, and happy life with her husband of 7 years and her young baby girl. She loves helping families bring their children into WinGate as easily and stress-free as possible.