Terri brings an advocate’s passion and evaluator’s rigor to the challenges of increasing health care quality and equity, drawing on an innate know-how born from two decades of experience providing direct services for vulnerable populations in the U.S.
Throughout her career, Terri has been at the forefront of local and national programs in and policies for HIV prevention and care, sexual and reproductive health, substance abuse prevention and mental health. She specializes in:
- Program development, strategic planning, and monitoring and evaluation for efforts to improve access to health for hard-to-reach communities
- Developing, designing and implementing domestic health programs
- Managing and scaling-up qualitative and quantitative research projects, including monitoring and evaluation to improve performance and patient care
- Developing effective and sustainable public-private partnerships
At Rabin Martin, Terri helped lead the development of a training resource to improve the skills of HIV care providers in serving at-risk patients. Previously, as Vice President of Access to Care for Housing Works, Terri developed integrated care initiatives for HIV-positive individuals. At the Gay Men’s Health Crisis, she oversaw service integration and health informatics. For Planned Parenthood of New York, Terri led programs for under-served communities, facilitated the integration of HIV testing into clinic visits and improved data collection and analysis.
Terri was recently elected to serve on the board of the Public Health Association of New York City.
MA, Political Science and Public Policy Analysis
Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
BA, Political Science and History