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Terry’s professional career has been spent in Corporate America working in both for-profit and nonprofit environments. His passion to assist people has never wavered. Terry has helped organizations reach maximum potential and growth. His background consists of Talent Acquisition Management, Recruitment, Client Services, and Program Management with Fortune 100 and 500 companies. These companies have included San Francisco State University - Center for Research and Education on Gender Studies (CREGS), STOP AIDS Project, Robert Half International, Alluma, and XOJET to name a few. In 2010 POZ Health Magazine named him “African-American Person of the Month”.
Additionally, Terry has volunteered his time to various organizations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento communities. Since 2007, he has served as a member of the San Francisco LGBTQ Speakers Bureau. He and the organization aim to dispel homophobic and transphobic violence by educating people about the everyday lives of those in the community. He continues to play competitive volleyball and tennis at high levels. Terry also has spent time in South America, China, and France.
Terry DeWayne Dyer hails from Kansas City, Kansas, yet considers himself a California boy. Primarily growing up in Northern California, Young Terry competed in track and field, played volleyball and basketball, sang, and was active in the community. Terry was a high school All American track and field athlete and went to Chico State University on scholarship for athletics, academics, and music. After spending three years at Chico State University, studying Opera and Vocal Performance, Terry transferred to Sacramento State University where he received his degree in Communications, Emphasis in Public Relations. Currently, he resides in South Florida with his daughter Zola (dog) enjoying the tropical weather and performing in the local music scene.