Christie Compeau

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Vice President of Programs & Allocations

Elected to Executive Committee June 2023
Term expires: June 2025

About Christie

Christie Compeau, Vice President of Programs and Allocations | Executive Agent/Team Leader, NTA: A Horace Mann Company

Ms. Compeau has been elected by The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools, Inc. to serve as the Vice President of Programs and Allocations.

Ms. Christie Compeau is the Area Manager overseeing Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington D.C. for NTA Life, A Horace Mann company. Christie has been with NTA Life for over 15 years, constructing, coaching, and leading one of the top teams in the country. Prior to NTA Life, Ms. Compeau spent 20 years with Allstate Insurance, working her way from Administrative Assistant to Agency Owner, with a team of 5 high-producing sales professionals. With Allstate, Christie mentored new agents across the region helping optimize their sales and boost their retention rates. Her agency was recognized as a Premiere Services Agency due to continual outstanding customer service ratings. She has been the recipient of numerous sales and customer service awards over the course of her career.

Ms. Compeau resides in Baltimore, MD with her husband. She has two grown children. Christie attended Peace College in Raleigh, NC, as well as Northern Michigan University in Marquette, MI.

Christie’s dedication towards the betterment of the area in which she lives and works is highlighted by her volunteerism with several vital organizations. She volunteers with the Baltimore City Schools Summer Food Service Program ensuring local children have access to free, nutritious breakfasts and lunches. Christie also volunteers with the Red Cross, through the YMCA, to help facilitate blood drives across the area. She has served as coach and volunteer with several sports organizations while raising her children.

Her passion is The Foundation’s Exchangrees: Gizmos and Gadgets Galore – two brick-and-mortar educator resource centers.  “They are a great place to meet educators and to let them know how much they are appreciated.” While visiting schools, she enjoys seeing the teachers in their work spaces and the excitement they exhibit when using the treasures adopted during shopping visits to the Exchangerees.