Email: terrill@ctthompsonconsulting.com
Office: 267-979-0662

C. Terrill Thompson is the founder and principal of CTThompson Consulting, an organization development consulting business that specializes in increasing the effectiveness of mission-driven organizations, coalitions and social justice groups by providing customized facilitation, consulting, and training support. Terrill has nearly fifteen years of professional leadership development, training, facilitation and strategic planning experience. Terrill works with a wide range of mission-driven organizations, from large international organizations to small community groups, and leads capacity building workshops for audiences across the country. Terrill brings an international perspective to his work, with extensive experience in Eastern and Southern Africa and Southeast Asia. He has an open and collaborative approach that respects and builds upon clients’ expertise.

Terrill is a qualified administrator and interpreter of the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator® (MBTI) assessment and is the author of the Nonprofit Organizational Model©, an organizational assessment and strategic planning model designed specifically for nonprofit organizations. He is also the published author of "The Struggles, Experiences and Needs of Children in LGBTQ Families." Prior to entering the organization development field, Terrill served as the executive director of Mountain Meadow, a diversity focused youth service organization. Terrill deeply enjoys working with people of all ages who seek to learn, grow and be an agent of positive change.

  • Education

    American University/NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science: Master of Science in Organization Development

    Earlham College: Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Global Studies

  • Courses

    Team Dynamics (Organization Development and Leadership Program)

  • Publications

    Thompson, C. Terrill (2011). The Nonprofit Organizational Model: A New Model for Nonprofit Organizations. The OD Practitioner, 43 (2), 34-39. (Journal article.)

    Cagney, Penelope (2010). Nonprofit Consulting Essentials: What Nonprofits and Consultants Need to Know. San Francisco: John Wiley and Sons. (Section on The Nonprofit Model in book.)

    Thompson, C. (2007). The Struggles, Experiences and Needs of Children in LGBTQ Families. The Diversity Factor, 15 (3). (Online journal article.)

  • Memberships

    NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science
    Alliance for Nonprofit Management