Terri Harvill

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Terri A. Harvill (born May 30, 1973) is the chief social impact officer for YMCA of Greater Birmingham.

Harvill is the daughter of First Baptist Church of Fairfield pastor and former District 37 State Representative C. Howard Nevett. Her mother, Mary Ann Nevett, taught at Rutledge Middle School in Midfield. She grew up in Fairfield and attended Holy Family School.

Harvill completed a bachelor of arts degree in public administration with a minor in criminal justice at Talladega College in 1995. During her summers in college she worked as a camp counselor for the 4th Avenue West YMCA. After graduating she joined the nonprofit full time.

Harvill went on to complete a master of science in organization management from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts in 2007. She was promoted to District Executive Director in 2006 and to District Vice President in 2008.

Harvill was named executive director of the Downtown YMCA in early 2022, but the facility was closed at the end of that year. In 2023 she served as executive director of the Northeast YMCA and the YMCA Downtown Youth Center.

In addition to her work at the YMCA, Harville is an associate minister at Mount Zion Full Gospel Baptist Church and the author of a self-published book based on lessons she learned from her young daughter, Kerrin. She is also a licensed realtor and partner with her husband Omar in his real estate development and plumbing businesses.


  • Harvill, Terri A. (2019) Kerrin's Kronicles: Life Lessons From a 4-Year-Old. ISBN 9781687555861


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