Terah Crews is a Partner at Entangled Solutions. Terah has been in education for 13 years, having started in youth and student services, research, and teaching, before moving into a career in innovation and new program/venture development. Immediately prior to joining Entangled, Terah led business development for Sixup, a fintech/edtech platform that partners with schools to help low-income students pay for and graduate from college. Prior to Sixup, Terah spent four years at Arizona State University. While there, she served the Office of the President and the CEO of the ASU Foundation through designing and building innovative new programs and revenue streams, including a public service academy, a defense contractor, an edtech accelerator she co-founded, and a new corporate structure for the university’s foundation. A former high school dropout and first generation student turned alumna of UNC-Chapel Hill (undergraduate), Brown, and Harvard (graduate), Terah is passionate about the individual, social, and economic impact of education.

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Terah Crews

Partner

Interest Areas

Innovation Management
Business/Program Modeling
New Revenue Creation
Change Management

Biography

Terah Crews is a Partner at Entangled Solutions. Terah has been in education for 13 years, having started in youth and student services, research, and teaching, before moving into a career in innovation and new program/venture development.

Immediately prior to joining Entangled, Terah led business development for Sixup, a fintech/edtech platform that partners with schools to help low-income students pay for and graduate from college. Prior to Sixup, Terah spent four years at Arizona State University. While there, she served the Office of the President and the CEO of the ASU Foundation through designing and building innovative new programs and revenue streams, including a public service academy, a defense contractor, an edtech accelerator she co-founded, and a new corporate structure for the university’s foundation.

A former high school dropout and first generation student turned alumna of UNC-Chapel Hill, Brown, and Harvard, Terah is passionate about the individual, social, and economic impact of education.