Teri began her career with Messer in 1990 after one year of co-oping. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati that year with a bachelor of architecture and additional courses in construction engineering and construction management. She is a registered architect in Ohio, certified by the US Green Building Council as a LEED AP® and a Certified Healthcare Constructor by the American Hospital Association. Teri’s project management experience includes large, complex healt hcare facilities and public projects. Her architecture expertise, outstanding complex project leadership and ability to effectively communicate across all levels makes her highly sought in the health care market. Teri’s talents and experience were tapped to edit a book affiliated with the American Institute of Architects and present on various topics at The Ohio State University and University of Cincinnati.
She serves on the AIA Columbus Healthcare Committee, the CAPA Buildings and Operations Committee - a non-profit, award-winning presenter of national and international performing arts and entertainment - and the Komen Columbus Race for the Cure Committee. Teri is the recipient of the 2013 WELD (Women for Economic and Leadership Development) Twelve Women You Should Know Award and the Cincinnati YWCA 2002 Rising Star Award. In 2003, she was recognized by the Cincinnati Business Courier as a Forty Under 40 nominee.