Terre Marshall, MPH, CCHP-A
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. Her experience includes adult and juvenile facilities within prisons as well as jails, ranging from serving as a contracted site Health Services Administrator at a maximum security prison at the beginning of her journey, to a state’s Assistant Secretary in one of the largest prison systems in the country, FL. She has worked in both self-operated and contracted healthcare operations within statewide prison systems (TN, IL, CT, MA & FL) and has 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. Her experience also includes serving as the Director of Behavioral Health at the Cook County Jail, one of the nation’s largest jail systems, where she worked diligently to achieve compliance with the Department of Justice Agreed Order.
Ms. Marshall served as a Lead Surveyor for the National Commission on Correctional Healthcare (NCCHC) for a number of years and completed numerous surveys of jail facilities while serving in this role. She is now identified as an Auditor for the American Correctional Association (ACA) and has managed facilities accredited by NCCHC, ACA and the Joint Commission. She represented Cook County as the Mental Health Authority on the national Mental Health Network as well as represented Massachusetts as the Health Authority on the Coalition of Correctional Health Authorities. Her expertise includes training and providing technical assistance with the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) on topics such as Crisis Intervention Teams and Planning and Implementation of Mental Health Systems and she has presented on a number of topics at NCCHC, ACA and American Jail Association (AJA) conferences over the many years of her tenure in correctional health, including such current issues as Transgender Management/Gender Dysphoria, Contracting for Healthcare, and other relevant issues.