While completing her English degree at Concordia University in Montreal, Terri got her first job in radio and fell in love with it. She began her career at the only bilingual radio station in the country, CHOM-FM, effortlessly switching between French and English during her show. That was the beginning of a remarkable career. Terri has over 30 years of radio, TV and voice experience.
CHFI-FM 98.1 (Toronto) - co-host of top-rated Saturday Night Oldies Show
EZ ROCK 97.3 (Toronto) – was first personality hired by Telemedia to help launch this radio station aimed at women 25–45 years. Became first female in Toronto to host morning show. Was entirely responsible for the pacing, content, and execution of the program. Also mid-day host and resident interviewer. Highest rated announcer at the station for 8 years.
CKFM-FM 99.9 (Toronto) – in addition to on-air shifts, was responsible for writing short and long informational features as well as two hour entertainment programs. As mid-day host, became most popular CKFM personality and second most listened to announcer in Toronto.
CJBK-AM 1290 (London, Ont) - first female anncr at this station; interviewer
Q107 (Toronto) – morning show & mid-day host; interviewer
CHOM-FM 97.7 (Montreal, Que) – began broadcasting career here at the only bilingual radio station in country. This rock station gave Terri the opportunity to do newscasts, interviews and announce in both English & French. Was the first woman in Canada to host morning & afternoon drive shows. While hosting afternoons, CHOM became the #1 rock FM station in North America.