A progressive vision and relentless quest for excellence are the founding principles of the successful long standing career in the fields of public relations and business development for Terry W. Spicer, driven entrepreneur and community change agent. She is the founder and CEO of Epiphany Public Relations and Spiced Elegance Wedding & Event Planner. Her tireless commitment to excellence, impact and winning results has effectively positioned her as one of the nation’s premier Publicists. She was a guest at the White House in February 2013 and February 2014 via a personal invitation from the President of the United States as the Publicist for ASALH, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, Father of Black History, in Washington, DC. This was one of the most monumental moments of her career. She served as Publicist for the 2010 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated Grand Conclave that was held in Raleigh, NC, the largest conference ever held in the city. Terry was chosen as a Semi-Finalist for the “My Black Is Beautiful” Ambassador Search Campaign by Proctor & Gamble. Terry is very honored to join the company of stellar and accomplished community leaders and entrepreneurs in the 2014 inaugural edition of “Who’s Who in Black Raleigh Durham.” She was honored in the 2014 inaugural Black Women In Business Award. She was honored by the Durham Charms for her entrepreneurial success and community advocacy.
Terry is the founder and visionary for the Sisters Inspiring Sisters Incorporated,™ (The SISI™”), a 501c3 charity that provides transportation assistance to cancer patients in financial stress for medical appointments and chemotherapy treatment toward survivorship. Her husband, Stacey, is co-founder. In the first year, The SISI has helped cancer patients across the state of North Carolina. They have partnered with The Pretty In Pink Foundation, Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast, Duke Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society, Sisters Network Triangle NC and numerous churches and organizations, presenting $25 Gas Cards to patients in need. “Her Journey™” is reflective of and honors the cancer patient, caregiver and survivor! The SISI Apprentice Program™ is the second component that tools young girls ages 7-17 with invaluable resources to live successful and confident lives as they journey into the next chapters of their lives. The SISI held the 2nd Annual "Treasure Her" Grand Tea March 8, 2014 hosting hundreds of women and girls dressed in beautiful hats, gloves and PEARLS! The successful initiative raised close to $20K allowing The SISI to be positioned to assist many more cancer patients this year. The goal for 2014 is to assist 1000 patients. She stated, “Cancer affects each one of us because we all know someone that is affected by it; we are in this Journey together. It is an arduous process for those going through the journey. It is our duty to assist those that we can with $25 Gas Cards to provide a bit of ease because it hits the pocketbooks hard. They need and deserve our help!” Please visit to learn more about this worthy cause.
Terry was one of the Co-Coordinators for the 2014 South Atlantic Regional Conference for her beloved Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated that will be held in Raleigh, NC, July 10-13th. She is an appointed member of the Sorority’s National Arts & Letters Commission and is a Diamond Life member. She also served as a National Public Relations Co-Chair for the National Centennial Celebration that began historically in California in the Tournament of Roses Parade leading to the National Centennial Convention that was held in Washington, DC. She is a member of the Raleigh Alumnae Chapter where Jane Fox Long serves as President. Terry has maintained a tireless commitment to community service. She organized the Candlelight Prayer Vigil for victims of the ConAgra Foods plant explosion in Garner, NC; several employees were killed in the explosion and others critically burned. More than 400 citizens participated and civic, religious and government leaders partnered in the effort that garnered national coverage. A graduate of North Carolina State University, she is a sought after speaker for professional organizations, businesses, colleges and public schools. She is a member of the Greater Raleigh Convention Visitors Bureau African American Task Force and she served as Publicist for the North Carolina Black Women Empowerment Network. She served as the Vice President of Marketing for the Raleigh Durham Chapter of the National Black MBA Association. She was featured in the Winter 2011 edition of the Delta Journal, the national publication for the Sorority. She handles public relations for her beloved Church, Redeeming Love Missionary Baptist Church. She has been featured in several business publications as an outstanding and successful entrepreneur and she is a member of numerous professional organizations. Terry holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications from North Carolina State University. She is married to Stacey Spicer, Sr. and they are the proud parents of a son, Stacey, Jr. who graduated from North Carolina A&T State University in the spring of 2008; one of the proudest moments of her life.