Shelly Terrazas supports the management and oversight of the operations of the Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative and Liberia Mental Health Initiative. She is involved in the development, implementation, and monitoring of project activities for EPHTI and Liberia Mental Health Initiative and is responsible for interacting with international colleagues and partners of the program. Ms. Terrazas supports the management of program grants and assists in the compilation of data, reports, papers, proposals, and budgets.
Prior to joining The Carter Center in 2004, Ms. Terrazas was program administrator for the Islam and Human Rights Fellowship Program at Emory University School of Law, overseeing all aspects of the program in the areas of finance, administration, personnel, research, and public relations. She has also worked at the Georgia Institute of Technology in program and grant management.
Ms. Terrazas earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in international affairs from Centre College and her Master of Science degree in international affairs from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She received a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in healthcare administration from Georgia State University. [+]
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