Terri Montague

Emory University School of Law

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