About the author
Terrance B. McGee is an intellectual and philosopher. Some of his life works include the following:
Creative Manager New Media - Terrance have assisted physicians with facilitating medical students of all specialties at Texas A&M University, Health Science Center, College of Medicine… now called School of Medicine, as well as associations with the conglomerate: Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, Department of Veterans Affairs, Methodist, St. Joseph, St. David, and Ascension Seton Hospitals, as well as an abundance of private organizations for eleven years.
As a motivational (keynote) speaker, youth mentor and coach to teens throughout the state of Texas, his tutelage consists of ongoing Career, Coaching & Planning to residents who are incarcerated within juvenile detention centers, alternative and state schools, school districts, and throughout communities.
As a self-published author and screenwriter, successful initiatives have concluded with the following published works: Mind Composition in Verse; Divine Wisdom; Difficult Arguments & Simple Truths; "A Life for a Life" screenplay; excerpts in the following anthologies: Twilight Musings; Timeless Voices; and published articles in "The Bells," the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor campus newspaper.
The extent of his role as a film director and videographer includes a plethora of short films, public service announcements, infomercials, stage plays, special events, and educational training videos. He directed the short film, "Last Waltz," and operated as a field producer and production assistant with First Take Media, director Ray Bengston, and Open Door Films, director Jimmy Wilden. He also partook in the Robert Rodriguez film, "Machete," which featured actors: Danny Trejo; Jessica Alba; Lindsay Lohan; Michelle Rodriguez; Steven Seagal; Robert De Niro; Rose McGowan; Don Johnson; Cheech Marin.
As Co-Founder of IMPAC (Intelligent Minds Proving & Applying Commitment), a highly charged motivation outreach that exists on the basis of curtailing epidemics that affect youth.
He is the Chief Media & Marketing Director of @iYouthChat, a "Teen Talk" television show which broadcast on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) for three consecutive years.
Terrance is a decorated war veteran that is distinguished. He is a servant at heart for the greater good of humanity. His impeccable work ethics are infectious; whereas, his spiritual journey includes influential teachings and understanding that align with the Universal Intelligence.
"When we lose our fear of death, we can have some authentic opportunities" - Terrance B. McGee