Get to know the presenters of the 2021 Maine Volunteer Leadership Conference! Please check back for updates as we confirm this year's lineup of speakers.
Keynote speaker: T.J. Holloway, President, The Holloway Group LLC
About the speaker
Bio courtesy of Husson University
Terrence "T.J." Holloway is an experienced entrepreneur and business leader that speaks from experience as well as years of his own personal and professional development. He completed his undergraduate degree, as a two-sport athlete, graduating with honors and achieving a degree in Business Communication in 1998 from Pfeiffer University in Charlotte, North Carolina. A decade later, in 2008, he completed his first graduate-level degree at Husson College, a Master's of Science in Business (MSB), where his focus was on Organizational Analysis & Design. He is currently in the dissertation stage of a doctoral degree at Liberty University where he is seeking a Doctorate of Business Administration with a concentration in Executive Leadership.
It was then that he became founding partner and senior executive vice president of the HG, LLC Professional Development & Consulting Firm (Holloway Group). While serving the Maine community he also earned his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Husson University in 2013.
T.J. Holloway was a tenured professor in the Business Management Department at Eastern Maine Community College for nine years, and is now the Director of Internships in the College of Business at Husson University. He continues to professionally coach many business leaders and executives throughout New England, as clients seek him by name for his depth of business knowledge, ability to motivate, educate, and inspire executive leaders to achieve a higher level of success through improved relationship management skills and organizational communications.
T.J. Holloway is committed to his family life in Glenburn, Maine with his wife, Breanne, and children, Grace-Lyn (12), Jace (6), and three-year old son, Jaxon.