While managing a Virginia PAC in 2011, Terry earned “The Worst Virginian in the World Award” by a liberal blogger and “The Greatest Impact Award” by a conservative blogger after working toward the defeat of a 28-year, anti-life, anti-parental rights senate incumbent.
Using a grassroots strategy focused on exposing Margaret Sanger’s “Negro Project” and the aggressive abortion industry’s attack on parental rights, her unparalleled methods awakened uninformed voters, transcended racial barriers, and gained national media attention.
Terry has been a contributing writer for The Washington Time’s “Power of Prayer” supplement, WND, Fairfax Free Citizen and The Free Lance Star; radio and podcast interviews include In the Market with Janet Parshall, WND, Family Research Council’s “Washington Watch” and lecture talk, Dr. Richard Land Live, Steve Deace Show, Rob Schilling Show, Radio Maria, Culture Shock Radio, The Gospel of Life, and Dominion Radio. Terry has been interviewed for articles in The Catholic Herald newspaper, World Magazine, Virginia Right, and The Washington Post.
Terry is a 2015 worldview graduate of Chuck Colson’s Fellows Program, a 2012 graduate of the Jennifer Byler Institute, former Virginia coordinator for ParentalRights.org, a former investment broker of 14 years and a retired homeschool mother of two daughters. In 1986, she graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Business. She currently serves on the Virginia Christian Alliance Board of Directors. Terry has been married for 30 years to Kenny and they reside in Virginia.