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Frank Terreri is an Associate in the Labor & Employment Department of Mastagni Holstedt, APC, representing public sector employees in administrative and disciplinary investigations, hearings, and critical incident investigations. Mr. Terreri obtained his JD from Northwestern California University School of Law. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies from the National Labor College of the George Meany Center in Silver Spring, Maryland, earning an Outstanding Scholar Award.

Mr. Terreri is a retired Supervisory Federal Air Marshal (FAM) with over 32 years of law enforcement experience and 27 years in union and association leadership, dedicating equal time to union/associational representational activities and law enforcement. After serving 4 years as an Infantry Squad Leader in the 24th Infantry Division, Mr. Terreri commenced his law enforcement career as a New York State Correctional Officer in Sing Sing Correctional Facility. He then became a Border Patrol Agent, where he began his union activity serving as National Border Patrol Council Local 1613 President in San Diego. During his service as a law enforcement officer, he represented countless federal agents in Grievance Procedures, Unfair Labor Practices (ULPs), and Arbitrations, filing disclosures with the Office of Special Counsel and filing appeals with the Merit System Protection Board in order to promote an effective federal workforce free of prohibited personnel practices.

Following the horrific attacks of 9/11, Mr. Terreri was one of the first Federal Air Marshals hired to be deployed on US Flights to deter, detect, and defend against any future terrorist attacks. He served as the Chief Training Officer overseeing Firearms, Defensive Measures, and Mission Tactics for the San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco FAM field Offices. During the majority of his tenure of Supervisory Federal Air Marshal, he served as the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) National FAM President, where he vigorously fought for the rights and safety of thousands of FAMs and the passengers they swore to protect. Mr. Terreri also served as FLEOA National Legislative Director, representing 28,000 federal law enforcement officers from over 65 federal agencies, drafting and presenting legislation to members of Congress, earning buy-in from both sides with finesse, balancing union and workers’ rights with law enforcement support by rationally explaining position to elicit buy-in for membership concerns.


Personal Achievements
  • United States Army – Infantry – 4 years
  • New York State Correctional Officer – 6 years
  • United States Border Patrol Agent – 6 years
  • United States Deportation Officer – 1 year
  • United States Supervisory Federal Air Marshal – 20 years (retired)
  • AFGE/National Border Patrol Council Local 1613 San Diego President
  • Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) Federal Air Marshal Agency President
  • FLEOA National Legislative Vice President
  • J.D., Northwestern California University School of Law – (2021)
  • B.A., National Labor College of the George Meany Center – Silver Spring, Maryland (Labor Studies) – 2000
Bar Admissions
  • California State Bar, 2022