Terri Dautcher’s insights are shaped by 25 years of chief executive leadership and accountability for the performance of educational and service-sector institutions. With a rich understanding of marketing, financial modeling, process analysis, and systems development, Dautcher has a talent for building and implementing strategic models that connect organizational practices with financial realities. Her exceptional group facilitation skills have been honed in organizations that hired her to help them survive and thrive in light of extreme market pressures.
Dautcher has experience working in family planning education and policy, job skills-training in the era of welfare reform, transportation, entertainment, and higher education. For the last ten years, she has also worked directly with hundreds of college students as their professor, academic advisor, and mentor at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. At Plymouth State, Dautcher led strategic planning initiatives, championed the development of innovative professional programming for students, and held interim leadership roles.
Dautcher has a B.A. from Dickinson College, an M.B.A. from Temple University’s Fox School of Business, and a certificate in psycho-educational processing from Temple University’s College of Education.