President and CEO of TerraVizion, Mr. Terrance Afer-Anderson also serves as a Health Promotion Educator, Norfolk District, Virginia Department of Health.  In 2013, he was appointed by the Norfolk City Council as a commissioner on the Norfolk Commission on the Arts and Humanities.  Previous posts include Public Relations and Marketing Director, Hampton Roads Prostate Health Forum; Public Relations and Marketing Chair, American Cancer Society’s African-American Men’s Health Forum, and President/CEO of the prolific theatre companies StageNorfolk, Inc. and On Cue Productions, Inc.  A seasoned theatrical and television writer-producer-director, he  has hosted and produced more than 100 editions of the popular community affairs television program HealthWatch; written, produced and directed more some two dozen stage productions; and his documentary Giving Angels Wings, chronicling the experiences of four fathers grieving the loss their infant children, won the Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary at the 2007 Mid-Atlantic Black Film Festival. The Baby Game, a teen pregnancy prevention television public service announcement he produced and directed, was a national finalist for the Vision Award and D.A.T.E., a public service announcement he wrote, produced and directed on teen dating violence was featured in local broadcasts of the 2006 Super Bowl and 2005 NFL and NBA playoff games.  In 2011, Mr. Afer-Anderson was presented an award at the U.S. Capitol, by the Prostate Health Education Network,  for his advocacy of prostate cancer awareness in African-American men.  Additional awards and recognitions include: Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads ALLI award, Generic Theater Founder’s Award, NAACP ACTSO for Outstanding Achievement in Dramatics, Portfolio Magazine Special Achievement in Theater, Smithsonian Institution Outstanding Achievement, Old Dominion University Outstanding Theatre Student, and being honored as a featured playwright at THIS AUGUST OCCASION: Examining Black Achievement in Literature, Performing Arts & Telecommunications, at the 25th Anniversary Middle Atlantic Writers Association Conference, Morgan State University.