Terri serves as president and CEO of Providence Community Housing and is responsible for working with the board on the strategic direction of the organization. A founding member of the organization, she was appointed to this role by the Board of Directors in 2011. Providence provides over 2,100 people with a home in one of the organization’s rental communities and has helped 600 families realize the dream of homeownership through the purchase of their own home. Providence’s portfolio encompasses properties dedicated to seniors, to individuals and families and to artists and cultural ambassadors.
Terri is chair of the Enterprise Community Leadership Council and serves on the national board for Enterprise Community Partners. She served on the executive committee of the board for the Louisiana Association of Affordable Housing Providers for 5 years and as president in 2018; she presently serves on the Board of Directors of Chateau de Notre Dame Nursing Home; the Enterprise Community Partners Loan Fund; the NeighborWorks America National Real Estate Programs Advisory Committee; and the Advisory Council for Urban Land Institute Louisiana.
A native New Orleanian, Terri is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance, a graduate of the eighth class of NeighborWorks America Achieving Excellence Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, a 2017 Young Leadership Council Role Model, and a 2019 Biz New Orleans Top 10 Real Estate Influencer.