Terri Moore serves as the Program Coordinator for the Paul Coverdell Acute Stroke Program. She is excited to provide technical assistance, training and coordination to local organizations so they can implement interventions that improve the Stroke System of Care in their communities. Prior to joining the CCCPH team, Terri served as a training consultant for SHIFT NC and the NC School Health Training Center where she facilitated training programs for staff and educators who deliver sexual health programming within schools across the state of NC. She has extensive experience in health education with a focus on reproductive health and safety, suicide prevention, substance use awareness, nutrition and physical activity. Terri has also managed both state and national grant programs designed to improve health outcomes for low-resourced communities across North Carolina. She has learned a lot from her 14 years as a volunteer advocate Guardian ad Litem for youth in foster care in Wake County as well as from her role as a Volunteer Outreach Trainer for the Salvation Army’s Project FIGHT program (Outreach awareness of human trafficking in NC). She is the proud mom of a 2020 NCSU graduate who is currently in Germany on a year-long fellowship through the US State Department. She enjoys painting, drawing, and travel with her husband as well as spending time with their two “fur-babies,” Lilly and Lucy.