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Terri McGee

National President

Terri McGee, a 35 year Criminal Justice Professional was born and educated in Houston, Texas. Her professional experience was garnered from her various positions with the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. These positions included assuming responsibility of Senior Probation Officer, Lead Officer and Court Liaison.

For 13 years she served as Administrator of Court Services and was responsible for overseeing the management and daily operation of the unit.  Terri McGee trained over fifty Probation Officers and in 2011, Ms. McGee became the Asst. Deputy Director for Intake Court Services Division and managed over 300 employees. She retired, from The Harris County Juvenile Probation Department in March, 31, 2015. 

Ms. McGee has been a member of The National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice since 1982. She has been a very active member of NABCJ, since attending her first NABCJ Conference in 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia. Locally, her roles in the organization included the following; Vice President and President of the Houston Chapter and Membership Chair.  On a national level, she served as the National Vice President and South Regional Representative, National Secretary and as Vice-President and Secretary of the President’s Council.  She has professional memberships in the Texas Corrections Association (TCA), Texas Probation Association (TPA) and the American Correctional Association (ACA). She previously has had affiliations with The National Black Police Officer's Association and sits on the Board of the Cris Cole Foundation. Terri has been the Team Administrator and Coach for the G.P. Striders Summer Youth Track Program for the past eighteen years. This organization works with youth from ages five to eighteen and have helped over twenty plus youth obtain scholarships to college. 


Terri's expertise in Juvenile Justice has been sought by educators, community leaders and justice professionals throughout the country.