Terry is a trial attorney. He is married to Zenda, who is a CPA.
Terry and Zenda have two adult daughters, Khali White-Ladd and Shandli Joyce. Both Khali and Shandli have held a variety of roles within the Kiwanis Family.
Why did you decide to run for office?
From my very first Kiwanis meeting, I felt a warmth, a camaraderie, an ingenuous connection of persons drawn together in an association who enjoyed each other’s company while working for the common good. It is personally enriching to serve with people who have such selfless hearts and altruistic intentions.
What qualifies you to become an officer of Kiwanis International?
Kiwanis is a labor of love for me. As a third year Kiwanis International trustee with almost 40 years of Kiwanis broad leadership experience, including membership building and service as The Eliminate Project district coordinator, I have the insight to understand the depth and breadth of what Kiwanis International brings to the world.
How will you leave your mark on Kiwanis?
I hope to be remembered as a servant leader committed to Kiwanis excellence. Because our clubs are the lifeblood of this great organization, helping them to grow and succeed is my uppermost priority. Truly making Kiwanis a worldwide positive agent of change is the legacy I would like to leave.