Terrell Wilson

Terrell Wilson

Terrell Wilson serves as the Alumni Engagement Coordinator for Leaders of Color where his goal is to grow and build alumni engagement and be a part of the support system as post-Leaders of Color fellows build upon the foundation they’ve gained.

His time serving in the United States Air Force developed his appreciation for structure, support, planning and development. He carried these values into his career in the nonprofit and municipal sector furthering his commitment to serving his community and in turn building up a strong staff as the Member Engagement Director at the YMCA of Greater Monmouth County. And, later becoming a core part of the Long Branch Municipality providing families with access to programs regardless of their circumstances. Now with over 11 years in the nonprofit industry, he’s been able to support underserved communities through data-driven planning and actively developing relationships with stakeholders and community leaders. In his work, Terrell is honored to have played pivotal roles in the diversity conversation while spearheading inclusion programs that eliminate barriers of entry. He takes pride in providing access, mentorship, clear communication, thought leadership, and being a resource. Terrell combines his lived experience and extensive time in program development and engagement to support and connect alumni as they grow and execute their roles as leaders of color.

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