Terre McPheeters received her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Music Education from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri with certification in K-12 Vocal and Instrumental Music with emphasis in voice and piano. As a choral composer and arranger, Terre has had over 120 pieces published for school and church choirs. She has served as guest conductor and clinician for various clinics, festivals, and state conventions throughout the United States. Terre is a member of MMEA, MNEA, NEA, MENC, MCDA, Delta Kappa Gamma, the National Federation of Music Clubs and is a past Elementary Vice-President of the Missouri Music Educators Association. Terre has taught summer classes at Vandercook College of Music in Chicago and has served on staff at the summer ""Music Camp of Excellence"" at NWMSU, Maryville, Missouri. Terre has had articles published in the Missouri School Music Magazine and also in Music Workshops International. She co-authored an article on inclusion that was published by the University of Kansas at Lawrence. Terre's enthusiasm and positive attitude toward life is evident in her compositions as well as in her work as a clinician and educator.