Professor Terrilyn Woodfin, is an alumna of San Francisco State where she received her BA in American Indian Studies and MA in Ethnic Studies, emphasis in American Indian Studies. Terrilyn is teaching Second-Year Written Composition for Africana Studies Department. Woodfin, was active in various student groups such as the president of Student Kouncil of Intertribal NationS student organization for two academic years at San Francisco State. As president, she established a relationship with the Native American Health Center with the hope to continue collaborating on American Indian Events. She has, with the help of SKINS members put on two major events on campus, the 2016-2019 Native American Health Center-Round Dance, and the annual SF State Powwow which is the oldest student-run event on this campus. She is also a Gospel Gator Alumnus.
Woodfin is the mother of two grown children. She is a gospel-singer, poet, activist, Jewelry maker, motivational speaker, has her artistic pieces published in academic anthologies. Professor Woodfin has a publication coming in 2020. For Professor Woodfin’s publications, see her CV.