“Every day in life we are thinking, making and living. Life is changing and we must adapt to the sudden changes or transition into a changed lifestyle. Think Change. Make Change. Live Change. Right now Today for a better Tomorrow!” – Terry “Nunnie” Green
What is Think Make Live?
THINK MAKE LIVE is a social enterprise company with a consulting firm and a community non-profit organization. Think Make Live, LLC is a social justice consulting firm that’s geared towards empowering communities through speaking and innovative leadership training. Think Make Live Youth is a community non-profit organization that’s empowering opportunity youth through leadership and workforce development and civic engagement outreach.
“To provide innovative leadership and civic engagement to support opportunity youth”
“To disrupt social justice barriers for undeserved populations”
Think Make Live started off as a twenty minute power point (prez.com) presentation on March 4, 2015 for a senior humanities class at The Ohio State University. During the presentation, Terry discussed how he thought of a change and what were some the actions that he made to change and how is he living a changed life. He explained the details of the challenges and barriers that he had to personally overcome during the transition of him changing his lifestyle.
A few months later, Terry transferred the twenty minute power point into innovative workshops and programs. He knew that everyone’s Think Make Live story is not the same as his because every one doesn’t face the exact same challenges and barriers in life. He created Think Make Live presentations to help other people identify thier daily challenges and help them create innovative solutions. Terry designed the organization to connect opportunity youth to employment resources and community engagement opportunities. He also developed the organization to provide innovative social justice consulting for companies and non-profit organizations.
Meet Terry Green
Consultant, Speaker, Mentor, and Community Leader
Terry Green is the CEO and Founder of Think Make Live. Terry is a national social justice consultant providing a hallmark experience in youth leadership opportunities, innovative civic engagement and workforce development strategies.
Terry participated in the Inside-Out Prison Exchange program offered by the sociology department at The Ohio State University-Newark Branch. Since then, he has been an active alumnus and serves as an invited guest lecturer for various universities and colleges all over the country. Also, Terry is a well sought-out speaker for regional Inside-Out meetings in prisons, where he discusses the barriers returning prisoners face upon release.
Because of his ambitious drive to serve as a national young professional leader, Terry is an elected member of the YouthBuild USA National Alumni Council. He travels all over the nation hosting civic engagement and YouthBuild alumni gatherings. In 2015, he received the YouthBuild USA Outstanding Commitment to Leadership and Social Justice Award. Terry is a Community Leader for Opportunity Youth United, a national movement of young people and allies working to increase opportunities and decrease poverty in America. Also, he is active alumnus of the United Way of Central Ohio Neighborhood Leadership Academy.
In 2016, he was invited to serve as a panelist at The Ohio State University Mershon Center with Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Recently, Terry was a guest presenter with Congresswoman Joyce Beatty at the 82nd Annual National Association of Counties Conference and Exposition for the Community, Economic and Workforce Development Policy Steering Committee Meeting. As a young community activist, he also served as a Community Organizer for America Forward Today’s Student Campaign. In 2017, Terry was the Keynote Speaker for the 7th Restored Citizen Summit where he received three Recognition Certificates from John R. Kasich, Governor and Lieutenant governor of Ohio, Michael Stinziano, Columbus City Councilmember, The Franklin County Board of Commissioners.
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