Terri graduated from The University of Sheffield in 2006 in Adult Nursing. She started her nursing career working in Cardiology/ Coronary care and then to Cardiothoracic Intensive Care (CICU) where she worked for five years undertaking a Mentorship qualification and My Critical Care in practice course through Sheffield Hallam University. 

Terri then went on to successfully acquire a post in 2012 as a Specialist Nurse Clinician based in the Sheffield community city wide. Within this role in undertook training as a Generic Assessor through Sheffield Hallam University which enabled her to undertake assessment for physiotherapy and Occupational therapy as well as being able to carry out physical assessments to facilitate discharge from hospital or to avoid unnecessary hospital admission. 

In 2016 following the birth of her first little boy, Terri made the decision to return to work in CICU as a staff nurse to facilitate childcare as she was lucky to be offered a shift pattern that allowed this. She then went on to become a key trainer on CICU and also undertake master level modules through Plymouth University to become a Professional Nurse Advocate within critical care.   

Anyone who has worked with Terri knows she talks about food and drink….. a lot! She has an excessive number of cookbooks and spend her days cooking, researching recipes, sourcing ingredients, and washing it down with good wine.  

Terri spends her days with her husband, boys and dogs. She has a great group of friends and enjoys days off with family and friends.