Tierra Medley, a lifetime Prince George’s County resident, became MIH’s newest community living coordinator in February of 2023. Tierra comes to MIH with five years of experience working with Marylanders with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) through both direct service and case management. She has a B.A. in Psychology from Stevenson University and an M.P.S. in Clinical Psychological Science from the University of Maryland, College Park. Tierra has a cousin with Autism, who has inspired her to begin working with other individuals with IDD to be a support to both her family and to help other individuals gain access to services.
“I’m delighted that Tierra has joined MIH as our newest community living coordinator,” said MIH Director of Housing Support Services Lauren Silverstone. “She brings significant experience supporting individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Her in-depth knowledge of DDA services and eagerness to master housing resources and options make her an outstanding fit for this role.”
“I am extremely excited to join the MIH team,” said Medley. “Building on my knowledge of housing supports services and utilizing the skills that I developed at Humanim is something I’m eager to do. Helping the individuals I work with achieve their housing goals is what I look forward to doing the most. By making a difference in someone’s life, I will feel accomplished, both personally and professionally.”