Born and raised in East Texas, Terrye Tebbetts fell into her career by accident. As an undergraduate at SMU, working towards her degree in economics and finance, she got an internship in the plastic surgery office of John B Tebbetts, MD. The world of plastic surgery was more intriguing than she anticipated, and a brief internship turned into a lifelong career.
Terrye spent the past 25 years running the business and administration side of that same plastic surgery office. She was responsible for building and overseeing their new surgery center, and also co-authored two volumes of “The Best Breast”. A huge advocate for patient education, Terrye helped to build one of the most successful and patient centric practices in Dallas. Her goal is to always do what’s right for the patient, even if it means telling her something that she doesn’t want to hear.
This depth of knowledge and expertise makes her an invaluable asset to The Plastic Surgery Channel. As Director of Business Development, Terrye oversees the day to day operations while also looking to expand PSC’s membership. During her tenure, the PSC team has grown their menu of services to include dozens of individual videos a year for their members, a sizzle reel, a video gallery, social media services and, most recently, website development. Their aim is to leverage video in every way possible for PSC members.
A true team player, Terrye loves the fact that every member of the PSC family pitches in to do whatever is needed to make the company the best that it can be. Part den mother, part cheerleader and part marketing maven, Terrye loves working with this young group of trailblazers and is incredibly grateful to Dr. Bill Adams for giving her the opportunity to learn a whole new skill set. A real mom to one daughter Kas, Terrye is happiest when she’s outside in nature — running, hiking or throwing a ball for one of her two fur babies, Jethro and Ed. And though she prefers a sleek heel to a cowboy boot, she still owns 8 pair. You may take the girl out of Texas, but you’ll never take the Texas out of this girl.