Terril is a geomorphologist with over 35 years of experience in the US Federal Government–most recently as the regional fluvial geomorphologist and group lead for River Systems Analysis and Design at the Pacific Northwest Region of the US Bureau of Reclamation. She is a licensed professional geologist in Oregon and Idaho. She brings extensive experience with geomorphic assessment, watershed and resource planning and stream restoration design and implementation. Her expertise also includes environmental compliance, policy development, and partner and stakeholder relations. She has worked throughout the western United States including Alaska, Washington, Montana, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada and Utah. Her professional experience is paired with a personal passion for the natural world and especially water. She enjoys combining all of this as a kayaker and rafter, fish chaser, telemark skier, and mountain biker.