Minnesota Department of Human Services, Disability Services Division, Fiscal Policy Analyst
Whitney Terrill supports Minnesotans living with disabilities to access home and community based services through her role at the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Disability Services Division Fiscal Policy team. Whitney is deeply interested in value and outcomes based payment design, and currently works on a legislatively mandated project to explore options for how Minnesota might pay for disability services in the future.
Separately, Whitney is deeply engaged in environmental and social justice movements, primarily related to issues facing religious, ethnic or cultural minorities in the United States. She is very much interested in remediating historical trauma through her activism, and leveraging collective action to arrive at a more justice and connected place in the world.
Originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, she received her undergraduate degree from Hampton University (VA) and an executive certificate in conversation and environmental sustainability from Columbia University (NY).