Her previous fifteen years of working in various Human Resource capacities has prepared her for her role as the Candidate-Coordinator for SUPERIORHIRE. Terri says that “being the first person to greet most people who come to our agency and usually the last person to tell you good bye and thank you for coming in, I have the best seat in the house.” Terri is very proud of her heritage and of a few of the “Trailblazers” in the family; her uncle Charles became the first black judge in the state of Oklahoma, and her father was one of the first black postmen in Tulsa.
Being a great cook of classic southern soul food is much like being in this position, you have to put a lot of heart and soul into this position to get the right result. You’re dealing with people’s lives and careers, and many have never used a recruiter before, so they can be a little shy and feel uncomfortable about talking about themselves. Terri gets to set the tone for their visit here; they need encouragement and a lot of love to know that they are in good hands with us and to be open to being coached and guided along their career path. Terri wants every candidate that comes to our office to leave feeling better about themselves and their possibilities for their next career move.
She enjoys watching old classic movies, dancing, and sets the standard in our office with very stylish fashion. Originally from Oklahoma, Terri has lived and worked in Dallas for the last thirty years. Terri believes in Devine Reciprocity and The Golden Rule, both of which have served her well.