In 1989 Teron earned her B.S. in Applied Behavioral Science and in 1992 she went on to earn a M.S. in Community Development. While she was at UC Davis, Teron was actively involved in Citizen’s Who Care, the American Association of University Women and actively participated in the renowned Black Family Day festivities-lectures, workshops and entertainment. Currently, Teron works as the CEO of McGrew & Associates, a regenerative housing & community development company, with a focus on climate change and climate justice adaptation. Teron is a first generational Regent of California graduate, and first African-American woman to serve on the Climate Reality Bay Area Chapter, Co-Chair, that created and the climate justice committee and implement the Climate Reality Project's Diversity, Equity Inclusion & Justice. When Teron visits the UC Davis campus, she enjoys visiting Putah Creek, the Quad, the Rec Pool and the Peter J. Shields Library. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the UC Davis African and African American Alumni Association (5A).
Teron McGrew ’89 M.S. ’92