Terri L. Schreiber is a unifier, a collaborator, and a deft practitioner. She utilizes these skills while drawing on her background in the IT sector, product and people management, research, and analysis to identify pathways that enable finding solutions to complex problems. Terri holds a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of California, Davis and a Master’s in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School. She completed all course work for a PhD in Public Affairs at the University of Colorado, School of Public Affairs. Her interests span both the private and public sector. For two decades she has worked with large and small organizations including Accenture, Microsoft, The United Way of King County, Harvard’s Kennedy School Center for Public Leadership, the Department of Defense, The International Benzodiazepine Symposium, the Alliance for Benzodiazepine Best Practices, the Otero County Health Department, the Conejos County Health Department, the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment, and the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention. Terri is a highly motivated leader with strong management, communication, and interpersonal skills. In her free time, she likes to read, bike, cook, garden, and meditate.
Content Focus : Qualitative research and patient advocacy