Terre K. Marshall, MPH, CCHP-A, has an expansive career in correctional health/behavioral health spanning many years within both the government (State and County) and private correctional health sectors. She is the Deputy Director of Health Services for the South Carolina Department of Corrections currently, an agency of 21 facilities, with just over 18,000 inmates. Her experience includes adult and juvenile facilities within prisons as well as jails, ranging from serving as a site Health Services Administrator at a maximum-security prison at the beginning of her career, to a state’s Assistant Secretary in one of the largest prison systems in the country, FL, now at 100,000 inmates. She has worked in both self-operated and contracted healthcare operations within statewide prison systems and has also managed these operations as a Regional and Senior Vice President of Operations/Chief Operating Officer from the contractual perspective in multiple states and counties additionally. She has served as a technical assistance consultant to the National Institute of Corrections and as an independent consultant on medical and mental health issues as well as training topics such as Crisis Intervention Teams. Her experience also includes serving as the Director of Behavioral Health at the Cook County Jail in Chicago, IL, one of the nation’s largest jail systems at 11,000 inmates, where she worked diligently to achieve compliance with a comprehensive Department of Justice Agreed Order.