Jerome Tennille has dedicated his life's work to creating a more positive culture of volunteering. He currently serves on the Corporate Social Responsibility team of Marriott International where he manages the employee volunteer program for Marriott’s global team. He's also an appointed Commissioner for the Governor's Office for Volunteerism and Service for the state of Maryland. Before that, he managed volunteer services for a national 501c3 nonprofit supporting families of fallen veterans.
Tennille began his career of service in the US Navy. His work has been published by VolunteerMatch, Nonprofit Information, Impakter, and Business2Community. Through his consulting firm, Architecting Social Good, Tennille has collaborated with numerous organizations, including Habitat for Humanity International, America’s Service Commissions, Volunteer Fairfax, Serve Ohio, and Peace through Action USA. He holds a Masters of Sustainability Leadership from Arizona State University and is designated Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA).