Terri Harris is one of Western Canada’s leading public affairs strategists. A highly skilled advocate and issues manager, Terri has twice been named to Canada's Top 100 List of Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network.
Prior to establishing Harris Greenaway Communications in 2015, Terri served as a senior advisor and Chief of Operations to Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.
Terri joined the Office of the Official Opposition in 1999 as a Communications Officer and grew to work in ever more senior roles within the organization. She became Executive Assistant to Mr. Wall following his acclamation as Leader of the Saskatchewan Party in 2004 and later became his Deputy Chief of Staff, a position she held through the election of the first Saskatchewan Party government in 2007 and its first term.
Recognizing her exceptional skills in strategic communications, issue, project and human resource management, the Premier named her his Chief of Operations following his government’s re-election in 2011.
Terri’s communications expertise includes the development and management of high-level, multi-faceted marketing and advertising campaigns, media and public relations, event management, social media and crisis communications.
Terri began her career in the Saskatchewan media in 1985 and worked with Rawlco Radio, Yorkton Broadcasting Company and CTV.
In June of 2016, Terri was elected to the Saskatchewan Roughriders' Board of Directors for a three-year term.
A trained professional vocalist, Terri spent time in the music industry and was named Saskatchewan’s Most Promising Entertainer in 1994 and Female Vocalist of the Year in 1995.
A born and raised Saskatchewan farm girl, Terri is the proud mom of two adult daughters and has a 28lb Northern Pike she caught ice fishing in Northern Saskatchewan mounted on her office wall.