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Terri CarverREPRepublican State Representative, District 20
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COResidence (state)

Terri Carver is a state representative from Colorado Springs, Colorado. A Republican, Carver represents Colorado House of Representatives District 20, which encompasses several communities in El Paso County, including Air Force Academy, Cascade, Chipita Park, Colorado Springs, Green Mountain Falls, and Palmer Lake. She was first elected in 2014.

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Past Positions1 - 6 of 6
Representative
Colorado State House of Representatives
2014 - Current
Colonel
US Air Force Reserve, Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps
1986 - 2014
Instructor
University of Colorado - Denver
2010 - Current
Adjunct Professor
University of Denver
2008 - Current
Civilian Attorney
Air Force Space Command
1994 - 2008
Instructor
Webster University
2000 - Current
Other Experience1 - 11 of 11
Teacher Liaison
Space Foundation
2005 - 2014
Volunteer
The Home Front Cares
2012 - 2014
Member
Colorado Springs Utilities Policy Advisory Committee
2009 - 2013
Member
Colorado Springs Telecommunication Policy Advisory Committee
1999 - 2005
Member
Republican Women
Member
No Excuse for Abuse Task Force
Member
The Coalition for Prevention, Addiction Education, and Recovery (CPAR)
Former Member
Joint Review Committee on Wildfire Matters, Colorado State House of Representatives
Former Member
Transportation and Local Government Committee, Colorado State House of Representatives
Former Member
Judiciary Committee, Colorado State House of Representatives
Former Member
Transportation and Energy Committee, Colorado State House of Representatives