Terry Mandel – known for her pioneering work in “marketing with integrity” – has advised leaders, entrepreneurs, emerging and established companies, and nonprofit organizations in the US and abroad since 1979. She advocates for individuals, teams, and systems committed to making a difference that matters in their work lives, work places, and work products through leadership mentoring, strategic planning, change management, marketing/branding, organizational restructuring, meeting design & facilitation, and learning programs.
Terry brings a generalist’s systemic orientation, quickly perceiving how to strengthen each client’s capacity to move between vision and action, the strategic and the tactical, the big picture and the day-to-day. Her clients span micro-enterprises and NGOs to multinationals, at all stages of development and in diverse industries, including healthcare, technology, biotech, food producers, and consulting.
Terry has lectured at Stanford University Graduate School of Business, University of San Francisco, John F. Kennedy University School of Management, California Institute of Integral Studies, and been published in The New Paradigm in Business, Executive Excellence, Business Ethics, San Francisco Business Times, among others. She has also appeared on ABC News Nightline with Ted Koppel.
Terry earned a B.S. in biology, with a minor in psychology, from the University of Oregon, and did graduate work in forestry (soil chemistry) and counseling psychology.