Triina Tennelo has over 15 years of experience working with people and families living in poverty and homelessness; people who often deal with complex health, developmental and interpersonal challenges. Triina has worked as a leader in the fields of non-profit management and community and public policy. She currently works for the Committee to End Homelessness of King County on an initiative to end family homelessness. She is facilitating a comprehensive system transformation effort, leading change with a community of public and private funders, non-profit social service providers, and other community stakeholders.
Triina is invested in organizational development, empowering leaders and their teams to implement and achieve their vision and mission. She has a particular interest in working with people and businesses that are working on social service or social impact issues. She also believes that with the support of a powerful coach, people and teams can achieve their true potential, be empowered to find and use their voice, and live an authentic and purposeful life. To that end, she is currently enrolled in a training program to become a Certified Personal and Business Coach.
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