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Terri Lee McIntee

Terri Lee McIntee, American disability advocate. Recipient Service award Lake County Early Intervention Collaborative, Mentor, 1995.

Background

  • McIntee, Terri Lee was born on November 9, 1955 in Cleveland. Daughter of Edward Franklin and Janet Rae (Porter) McIntee.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Humanities, Ohio State University, 1978. Master of Arts in Human Resource Management & Development, New School for Social Research, 1990.

    Career

    • Benefit approver Equitable Life Assurance Society, Cleveland, 1978-1979, equiclaims project team New York City, 1979-1982. Hospital administrator Lenox Hill Hospital, 1982-1984. Human resource information analyst Securities Industry Automation Corporation, 1984-1990.

      Regional consultant Family Information Network, Burton, Ohio, 1994-1997. Project director/leadership institute Arc of Ohio, 1996-1999. Consultant Cuyahoga Special Education Service Center, since 1999.

    Membership

    Active Burton (Ohio) Congressional Church, since 1994. Charter member Geauga Leadership Class, 1995-1996. Appointed governor Ohio's Disability Council, since 1996, chair public policy committee, since 1999.

    Member National Association of Female Executives, American Association of University Women, National Down Syndrome Congress, Mid Hudson Valley Down Syndrome Congress (secretary 1993, Distinguished Service award 1992), Upside of Downs, Schools are for Everyone (board directors since 1995), The Arc, International Order Eastern Stars.

    Connections

    • Married Romulo David Larenas, January 3, 1980 (divorced June 1993). Children: Derek Tyrone, Tirrell Daniel.
    • father: Edward Franklin McIntee
    • mother: Janet Rae (Porter) McIntee
    • spouse: Romulo David Larenas
    • children: Derek Tyrone McIntee
    • Tirrell Daniel McIntee
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    Born November 9, 1955
    (age 62)
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