Teri works with clients to help them build meaningful and long lasting relationships with their donors. Sought as a national speaker on the topics of donor cultivation, communication, and recognition, she has had the privilege of working with faith-based and not-for-profit organizations for nearly 25 years. She has worked on projects ranging from $1Million to $1Billion to further the missions and ministries of her clients.
Teri specializes in working in the educational arena; however, her breadth of experience also includes campaign design and oversight for organizations engaged in wide area, national, and international campaigns. She has also worked with notable clients in Broadcast and International Missions. She has served on the Board of Directors of the SRD Group for the past 6 years, on the Executive Board of Christian Women in Media for the past four years, and currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Education Foundation Board for the Association of Christian Schools International.
She is best known for her seminar on How to Ask for a Million Dollars and has recently published a thesis on Improving Donor Retention through Dialogue. She holds an MA in Communication and Leadership from Gonzaga University, a BS degree in Business Administration from Barclay College, and BA degrees in Bible and Music from Vennard College. She and her husband, Sean, have three beautiful daughters all in college, and have served in fulltime ministry together for nearly 30 years.