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Terell Comer profile

Terell Comer


Terell Comer joined Disability Rights North Carolina in April 2022 as an investigator/advocate on the Rep Payee Team. Terell’s previous roles include adult protective services social worker, coordinator of community services for individuals with intellectual disabilities, and family investment specialist. He has over 10 years in retail experience during which time he spent 6 years in management. Terell was drawn to this work because he has a drive to ensure that those who are unable to advocate for themselves receive fair treatment and access to essential resources. He believes that everyone deserves to live in an integrated community and have equal access to activities that make them happy. He holds a master’s of science human services administration from the University of Baltimore/Coppin State University Collaborative and a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with concentrations in management science & criminal justice from Coppin State University. When Terell isn’t working, he enjoys listening to gospel & R&B, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Disability Rights NC


Disability Rights North Carolina is a legal advocacy agency that fights for the rights of people with disabilities in North Carolina...

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