Teri has more than a decade of supply-chain management experience in the construction industry. She is responsible for Haskell’s Supplier Diversity program, working to enhance the processes that contribute to Haskell’s status as an industry leader in making small and diverse businesses a natural and integral part of doing business. Also, she oversees client and regulatory compliance reporting, outreach, and community engagement. She has a depth of knowledge in strategic sourcing and a firm commitment to supplier diversity.
She obtained the designation of Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity as well as Certified Training Facilitator to expand her breadth of expertise. She was chosen as the 2019 Small Business Advocate of the Year by the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). Demonstrating her commitment to Supplier Diversity, Teri serves as a small business advocate and volunteer and is a member of various national and local organizations that support small business, including the Jacksonville Small and Emerging Businesses; Jacksonville Women’s Business Center, Chamber Foundation; National Association for Women in Construction; National Contract Management Association; Institute of Supply Chain Management; National Minority Supplier Development Council; Society of American Military Engineers (SAME); and Northeast Florida Small Business Association.