Biography Dr. Terry Anderson joined the faculty of Troy University in January 1998. Prior to that, she worked in law enforcement for 21 years, first with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1976-1983) and later with the Broward Sheriff's Office (1983-1997). Her academic background is diverse. She earned undergraduate degrees from Stetson University (B.A. in Russian, 1972) and the University of Central Florida (B.A. in History, 1973). In addition, she has a degree in Statistics from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Graduate School (1982). She completed a Masters of Science in Management degree at St. Thomas University (1989). Finally, her Ph.D. in Public Administration was completed at Florida Atlantic University in 1997. Dr. Anderson has travelled extensively, including over 15 trips to the Republic of Georgia where she has taught numerous courses in an M.P.A. program at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs and consulted to develop and deliver seminars, including one in Organizational Management to President Saakashvili's Public Affairs Staff. She has published two case studies and one book, entitled, Public Administration in Transition: Managing the Public Sector in an Emerging Democracy.