Terri McClements

Terri McClements leads a practice of more than 4,000 professionals in the Mid-Atlantic, one of the highest performing markets in the country. Her leadership extends across all PwC lines of service--assurance, advisory and tax.

Terri is a passionate supporter of technology enablement and an experienced voice on “megatrends” that will impact corporate America over the next decade including Digital Technologies, Transformation, Workforce of the Future, and 4IR. Known for her authentic, energetic and enthusiastic leadership style, Terri is always looking for opportunities to develop and support talent. Terri is also a recognized expert and speaker on a variety of topics including workforce strategy, leadership development, employee engagement, advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace, citizen/business-led innovation, and building strong teams. Terri became a PwC partner in 1997 and has since led at all levels of the firm, including on the PwC Board. Prior to her current role, Terri was on the US Leadership team as PwC's US Human Capital Leader and Global Talent Leader. In that role, Terri led the most significant talent transformation efforts in the history of the Firm--redefining how the industry-leader attracts, develops, assesses, inspires and retains talent.

Named twice as one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in Washington, Virginia Business’ 50 Most Influential Virginians and twice as one of the Most Powerful People in Greater Washington, D.C., Terri has also received numerous other awards including a WBJ C-Suite Award, and a Trailblazer award from the National Council for Research on Women.

Terri is active in the community, serves as an officer of the Economic Club of Washington, DC, on the boards of The American Cancer Society, the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, the United Way of the National Capital Area, and the Kennedy Center Corporate Board. Terri lives in Clifton with her husband and two children. In her spare time Terri loves to travel and ride her bike. Terri has served on the American Cancer Society Board of Directors since 2019 and serves as chair of the Audit Committee and as a member of the Finance and Governance committes.