About Terry

Terry Wolf was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives in November 2014. After a year in the House, she was appointed to the leadership team as the assistant majority whip. In 2016, she was appointed as vice chair of the education committee. She also is a member of the Public Higher Education Study Committee, the New England Board of Higher Education, EPSCoR, NH Scholars and a founding member of CS4NH, a coalition that advocates for computer science education K-12+.

Representative Wolf served for nine years on the Bedford School Board and for four years as chair. She was on the board during the design, building and construction of Bedford High School, which was recognized as the 2013 NH Secondary School of Excellence in its seventh year of operation and by Forbes magazine on its 2013 Best Schools for Housing Buck list as the #2 district in the United States.

An active community member, she also served on the Bedford Economic Development Commission in 2008-09 and as a board member of Bedford Community Television from 2006-2008. She was the president of the grassroots advocacy group Taxpayers for Quality Education for three years.

Terry grew up in a small town in upstate New York and was the first person in her family to go to college. Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Terry worked for several small businesses. She has a bachelor’s of science from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Terry and her husband, Dave, moved to New Boston in 1998 and Bedford in 2001. Their daughter, Riley, the oldest of three, was diagnosed with a rare cancer and died in 2013. The support and kindness from the community has made it possible for the entire family to navigate life without her. They have two children who are students in Bedford schools.

She strongly believes in free speech, people should make their own decisions, civility and problem solving.

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