Terrell Holmes, M.S., Conflict Resolution Expert San Francisco

Terrell K. Holmes, M.S.O.D.

General Overview

As stated in the Prayer for Peace, Terrell works to bring unity in the face of discord. He focuses on sparking sustainable camaraderie and collaboration. His method is designed around a cycle of giving grace in communication, which is based on courageous action, deep listening, considerate inquiry, humble reflection and intentional growth. 

Terrell’s mission is to bring people together and to cultivate individual concern for the collective good. 

Business Experience

As an organizational consultant, Terrell has shared his expertise with several institutions and individuals across multiple industries. Among those are Kaiser Permanente, eBay, California Department of Corrections, and St. Mary’s College of California. He has provided organizational assessment, facilitation, coaching, training, and change management consulting services for those organizations and others.  Terrell has worked with many marketing technology companies, providing interactive analysis, account management and directing professional services for industry-leading organizations.


  • C-suite and emerging leaders
  • Coaching for high potential employees
  • Technology companies
  • Professional development training
  • Facilitation of difficult conversations
  • Court mediation
  • Hospitality organizations
  • Pharmaceutical and healthcare organizations


  • Master of Science (M.S.), Organization Development, University of San Francisco
  • Certified Scrum Master (C.S.M.), Scrum Alliance
  • Mediation & Conflict Resolution Certificate, UC Berkeley Extension
  • Instructional Design, Association for Talent Development (ATD)
  • Integral Coaching Principles, New Ventures West
  • Facilitation: by Design Workshop, AIGA San Francisco
  • Co-authored “The Dark Side of Software Development: Job Stress amongst Autistic Software Developers,” ScholarSpace, University of Hawaii at Manoa


  • American Psychological Association (Division 13: Consulting Psychology)
  • Project Management Institute
  • Society for Human Resource Management
  • Association for Talent Development
  • Bay Area Organization Development Network
  • New Door Ventures