Terri Hasdorff is a former congressional candidate and executive-level leader with over 20 years experience working at the intersection of faith and politics. She began her career in 1991 in what is now called the White House Office of Public Engagements, working with faith leaders and nonprofit organizations from across the county. She then served on Capitol Hill for more than six years before retiring home to Alabama to help empower grassroots and faith-based organizations with state and federal government resources. In 2020 she ran for a seat in the US House of Representatives to represent Alabama’s 2nd congregation district. Terri holds a Bachelors degree from Samford University, she graduated the senior executives program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy’ School of Government, and she is is currently completing a master’s degree in business administration at Oxford University.