Terry Hoverter is the Technical Director of the Consortium for Elections and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS), which currently holds the Democratic Elections and Political Processes (DEPP) leader with associates awards from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Terry Hoverter has over 20 years of experience developing and leading short- and long-term programs that focus on critical democracy and governance issues for organizations such as NDI, Creative Associates International, Democracy International, the Public International Law & Policy Group, USAID, and the UNDP. These programs have focused on electoral and political processes, constitutional processes and drafting, anti-corruption, parliamentary strengthening, local governance, civil society, rule of law, and stabilization. Terry has also written extensively on technical areas related to electoral and political processes, particularly in the areas of inclusive constitutional process and electoral dispute resolution, two of his interests. While he’s never counted, he reckons he’s worked/lived in almost 60 countries
Terry has also taught courses/guest lectured at several higher education institutions, including Princeton University, Colorado College, The University of South Carolina, and the Kathmandu School of Law, and has mentored students interested in a career in international development. Terry is also an elected Board of Education member in Manasquan, New Jersey.
A father to three active boys, Terry spends his time as an unpaid Uber driver, taking his sons to their various sporting, school, and community events.