Councillor Terina Nelson is sitting for her first term as a member of Regina City Council, representing the residents of Ward 7.
Being an advocate for people, and strongly determined to bring accountability and transparency of our tax dollars, I am honoured to be the elected official for Ward 7.
I am a mother of 2 beautiful adult daughters, who inspire me to lead by example, never give up on dreams and always have a vision! We have all made Regina our home, because we love Regina!
With an inspiring vision for helping Ward 7 residents, I have fresh and innovative ideas for city council.
I believe in strong community connections, leading with integrity and being a trustworthy advocate for Ward 7.
I have years of experience working with at-risk adults and children. I have taken on laws through my human rights work. Inclusion is paramount to supporting our disadvantaged to become independent and self-supporting.
I am committed to helping people succeed because when a community is fully inclusive, everyone wins. Youth, adults and seniors deserve the tools to be successful, build pride and have purpose.
Ward 7 residents have told me they are concerned about community safety, access to recreation and support for businesses. As a parent and former business owner, I understand these concerns, and promise to work relentlessly to find solutions.
Ward 7, I am accountable to you and always accessible. Please contact me with your ideas, concerns and especially your solutions on how we can improve.
Civic boards, Committees & Commissions:
- Canadian Capital Cities Organization, Memberships
- Henry Baker Hall Scholarship Program Selection Committe