Terris King is a committed to transforming healthcare by creating scalable innovative models that seek to lower cost and improve the health of vulnerable American populations.
Most recently, Terris launched the Lukan Group; this entity serves as an interface between healthcare and the church. The Lukan Group has sponsored both statewide and county focused vaccine and health improvement efforts. The Lukan Group has partnered with Microsoft, Center for Global Health Innovation, Kaiser-Permanente, and Harvard University. Terris also launched the King Enterprise Group, an entity that concentrates on consulting with companies focused on the intersection of HIT, population health, capacity building, and infrastructure support. He established a successful Baltimore City Interfaith Immunization process during the COVID pandemic. He partnered with Johns Hopkins International Vaccine Center and the city's health department to increase the influenza vaccine rate by 13% and resolved the cities access and equity COVID vaccine challenges.
Terris completed both his Scientific Doctorate in Occupational Science and his undergraduate degree in Communications from Towson University, where he has been named a Distinguished Alumni. He also completed his Master’s in Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University and is a Harvard University Executive Fellow.