Full Name
Col Katrina Terry, USAF
Job Title
Cyber Force Management Division Chief and Cyber Warfare Officer Career Field Manager
U.S. Air Force
Speaker Bio
Colonel Katrina A. Terry is the Chief, Cyberspace Force Development Division and the Career Field Manager, Cyberspace Warfare Operations Officers, Washington, District of Columbia. She provides cyberspace organizational and force development guidance for 36,000 officer and enlisted members throughout the Air Force and Space Force. Her division aligns organizational, education, training, development, and personnel strategies with Combatant Command mission requirements. Additionally, the division establishes force development policy, builds officer career progression, education, training, and also establishes proficiency standards for members within the cyberspace portfolio valued at $13B across the Air Force.

Colonel Terry is a 1991 graduate of Concord University, Athens, West Virginia and received her commission in 1997 as a graduate of the United States Air Force Officer Training School. She has served in a variety of staff and leadership positions at the Major Command, Joint, Service, and Squadron levels, as well as deployed in support of Operation Joint Forge. She was also previously responsible for leading a 350-member unit delivering direct 24/7 uninterrupted communications services to the President of the United States, Vice President, First Lady, National Security Council, White House Staff, United States Secret Service, and the White House Military Office. Prior to her current position, Colonel Terry was Commander, 628th Mission Support Group, Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina where she delivered command and control for a workforce of over 2,100 personnel in 6 squadrons and a Navy Personnel Support Detachment. Her group directly supported 67 joint mission partners and their services were critical to the security of 2,000 buildings, 4 railways, 2 wharfs, 40 miles of rail, and 22 miles of coastline.
Col Katrina Terry, USAF