About Our Online Learning Center

Welcome to the Texas Alliance Online Learning Center, where we will house digital learning and training opportunities for child welfare professionals. 

TACFS member agencies and their staff receive a 25% discount on all courses with member code. Please email [email protected] for more information. 

If your organization is interested in purchasing a course for your entire staff to access, please contact [email protected] to discuss pricing options. 

Having technical challenges or questions? Please contact [email protected] for additional support.


TACFS VP of Learning

Tiffany Greco

Tiffany joined TACFS as the Director of Learning in August 2020. Prior to this role, she was the Project Coordinator for Community Partnerships for Protecting Children, a network of public and private child, youth, and family serving organizations in Southern Maine. Tiffany developed and managed the network‘s strategic learning initiatives, facilitated cross-sector partner meetings, and supported community-based child welfare reform efforts. She was previously the Director of Education at a victim service agency in upstate New York where she led the implementation of The Enough Abuse Campaign, a child sexual abuse prevention education initiative. Tiffany was appointed by Prevent Child Abuse New York as the initiative‘s statewide Master Trainer and Project Consultant. Tiffany is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with an MSW from Baylor University who also has experience as a victim advocate, school-based clinician, and supportive visitation facilitator. She serves as a Field Coordinator and Adjunct Instructor for the School of Social Work at Saint Joseph‘s College of Maine.

Statewide Training Coordinator

Andrea Requenes

Andrea joined TACFS in January 2021 as part of the Learning and Development team as the Statewide Training Coordinator. Her role focuses on coordinating and facilitating trainings in support of the Texas Foster Youth Health Initiative (TFYHI). Prior to joining TACFS, Andrea worked for 20 years at Arrow Child & Family Ministries, one of TACFS’s partner child-placing agencies. During her time at Arrow, Andrea held numerous roles, including many that focused on facilitating trainings for staff, caregivers, and the community. As both a Program Director and Regional Director for Arrow, she provided leadership and helped to oversee compliance with regulatory standards. She also served on many collaboratives, committees, and projects, including on the board of the Texas Foster Care Association. Andrea began her career as a foster care caseworker for the Louisiana Department of Social Services. She moved to Texas in 1999 and briefly worked for Tarrant County Mental Health Mental Retardation but missed foster care so much that she soon jumped at the chance to work for a child-placing agency. In addition to being trained in various curriculums, she is also a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) practitioner through TCU’s Karyn Purvis Institute for Child Development. She is also a Licensed Child-Placing Agency Administrator and has long been a fan and active participant of the annual Administrator’s Conference hosted by TACFS. Andrea obtained her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from McNeese State University in Louisiana.