Gloria Aguilera Terry
Gloria Aguilera Terry joined the Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) in January 2008. In her role as CEO, Gloria guides and directs the statewide activities of TCFV, such as the Texas Legislative Session, establishing and fostering statewide tactical partnerships, working with staff to provide outstanding services to programs and strategically positioning TCFV to create the influence necessary to continue serving the needs of victims and their families.
Ms. Terry came to TCFV from El Paso, Texas where she served as Executive Director of the Center against Family Violence, the largest domestic violence program along the US / Mexico border. Before joining the CAFV, Ms. Terry served as Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, for the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce. In that capacity she directly managed the daily operations of three corporations and two limited Liability Companies with a varied spectrum of missions from workforce preparedness to affordable housing as well as provided vision, direction and management for all finance and accounting practices for the largest chamber of commerce in the region.
She currently offers her time to the Collaborative Council member for the Judicial Commission for Children, Youth and Families with the Texas Supreme Court, VAWA Planning Committee with the Governor’s Office, National IPV Prevention Council, Diversity Committee of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Board member of the Texas Society for Association Executives, and Board member and Treasurer to the National Network to End Domestic Violence.