Terrica Redfield Ganzy
Terrica Redfield Ganzy is the Southern Center for Human Rights’ (SCHR) Deputy Director, where she elevates SCHR’s mission through public speaking, writing, and community engagement, assists the executive director with coordination of SCHR’s strategy and programs, designs and leads SCHR’s development strategy and development team, and builds strategic partnerships.
Prior to becoming SCHR’s Deputy Director, Terrica was SCHR’s Development Director for four years and a Staff Attorney in SCHR’s Capital Litigation Unit for nine years, where her work focused on representing clients on death row in Georgia and Alabama. For five years, she also served as the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) Death Penalty Resource Counsel, providing training and resources to capital defense attorneys throughout the nation.
Terrica received her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and an LL.M. in trial advocacy from Temple University Beasley School of Law. She received a B.A. in English and Humanities, summa cum laude, from Tougaloo College. She received a Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Social Enterprise from Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Public Policy. She is admitted to practice law in North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia, and the United States Supreme Court.
Terrica is a member of Leadership Atlanta Class of 2022, a graduate of Leadership Clayton, a member of the 2015 Class of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits’ High Potential Diverse Leaders, a 2014 New Leaders Council Fellow, and a graduate of Georgia’s WIN List’s Leadership Academy. She serves as Vice-President of the Center for Death Penalty Litigation’s Board of Directors, as Mentoring Co-Chair for the Atlanta Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and as Vice-President for Programs for the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys’ (GABWA). Terrica also serves on the State Bar of Georgia’s Professionalism Committee and Seeking Equal Justice and Addressing Racism and Racial Bias Committee as well as the Judicial Council of Georgia’s Access to Justice Committee.