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Terri  Montague

Terri Montague

JD and MTS Emory University; MAR Gordon-Conwell; MCP and MSRED MIT; Attorney-Advisor, Office of General Counsel, U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Areas of Expertise

Community Development; Public Policy; Sustainability; Real Estate Finance and Development; Economic Justice; Public Theology

Curriculum Vitae

Terri Montague combines her passion for thriving, sustainable communities, and economic justice as a federal government attorney and servant leader who shares her expertise with civic, faith-based, and community involvement efforts nationally, regionally and locally.  Ms. Montague’s professional practice includes service in the public, nonprofit and corporate sectors and focuses on affordable housing and community development policy and practice; urban redevelopment; and real estate finance. Her research interests include public theology and sustainability. Ms. Montague is a certified mediator with JD and MTS degrees from Emory University; an MAR degree from Gordon-Conwell, and MCP and MSRED degrees from MIT.