Terry O'Neill is the president of the National Organization for Women.
"O'Neill cut her political teeth working to defeat David Duke's gubernatorial campaign in Louisiana. She went on to serve NOW at the local, state and national levels. As an attorney, she served a clerkship at the U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago before practicing law in New Orleans. She taught at the University of California Davis Law School and Tulane Law School. Currently, she is chief of staff to a Montgomery County (Md.) council member whose successes include a transgender equality law and Maryland's first Family Justice Center for survivors of domestic violence. O'Neill's national positions also include executive director of the National Council of Women's Organizations." 
Resources and articles
- NOW Activists Elect New President Terry O'Neill to Succeed Kim Gandy, NOW, accessed September 14, 2010.