Reginald V. Terry grew-up in Hempstead, New York. In his youth, Mr. Terry developed into an avid athlete and played basketball, football, and lacrosse. Football however emerged to be the sport he experienced his most success. Graduating from Hempstead High school in 1989, his accomplishments in the classroom and on the gridiron earned him an athletic scholarship to Syracuse University.
While at Syracuse, Mr. Terry competed in and facilitated multiple bowl games as a player and administrator. From 1989 to 2007, he played or participated in 13 bowl games, won four Big East Championships, and was named a two-time Big East Academic All-Star. As a student at Syracuse University Mr. Terry earned a B.S. in History and Education, a Master’s Degree in Special Education, C.A.S. in Educational Leadership, and completing a Doctoral Program in Higher Education Administration at Syracuse University.
Initially hired as a graduate assistant after graduation, Mr. Terry was named Director of Football Operations in 2000, and promoted to Associate Athletic Director for Football Operations in 2006. In 2007, Mr. Terry was named Director of Football Administration for the Arizona Cardinals. Following the 2012 season, Reggie transitioned to Boston College as the Assistant Athletic Director, Football Operations and Player Personnel. He served in that role from 2013 – 2020. In September of 2020, he begin his tenure as Senior Associate Athletic Director here at Boston College. In this role, Reggie is the sport administrator for football, supervises the Margot Connell Recreation Center and has several other responsibilities within the athletic department.
Mr. Terry and his wife Tamicka have four children daughter Ryon, and sons Reggie II (recent Boston College graduate), Regen, and Rory.