In the spirit of our October Chat’s theme — challenges — we’re talking to Kathy, a powerful female leader, on how she navigated the various challenges of pursuing an entrepreneurial lifestyle from co-founding P.Terry’s to launching the first social giving app, inLieu.
Wine from our wonderful sponsor Gratsi, light food and free parking will be provided.
Oct 17, 2019 @ 6:30 pm
About Kathy Terry
A fierce female and serial entrepreneur, Kathy Terry has been making waves since starting her first business over 20 years ago. In 2005 she co-founded P. Terry’s Burger Stand with her husband Patrick and quickly established its presence as a socially and health-conscious fast food alternative. With fifteen P. Terry’s locations and counting (and a hot new fast casual Mexican offering called Taco Ranch) there’s no denying that Kathy Terry has helped change the way Austinites do “fast casual.”
Kathy and Patrick have a heart for philanthropy, and giving back has always been a core principle of the Terry’s business model. Through their stewardship, the restaurant chain has donated over $900,000 to date, all benefiting local nonprofits. But Kathy didn’t stop there – in 2018 she launched an all-new mobile app called inLieu: the first social giving app where users can make donations and share a personal message with a friend, anytime, anywhere.
Kathy’s mission to change the way we think about giving is a reflection of a lifetime of charitable giving and service. Her goal is simple–to make it easier for people to make the world a better place.
Kathy and Patrick live in Austin Texas with their two children, Kate and Caroline.