is well versed in both the arts and community development.
He is a visual artist and has exhibited his work nationally and internationally.
primarily works in oil sticks and oil pastel, and ink prints.
He teaches various arts and interdisciplinary courses for St. Louis Community College at Wildwood.
He is also the Director of a new certificate program for Central Baptist Theological Seminary in St. Louis.
He is also the Executive Director of the North Newstead Association, a nonprofit community development corporation that builds low income housing in north St. Louis City.
Prior to that he served as the Executive Director of CREATE, Inc. (Community-Based Resources Ensuring Access to Everyone), a nonprofit organization that coordinates social services for seniors in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, and Southern Illinois.
He also previously served as a police officer for the City of St. Louis.
Terrell has earned a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Biblical Studies and Organizational Leadership, a Master of Fine Arts with a concentration in Arts Management and Leadership, and a Doctor of Theology.
is the author of Machiavellian Arts Management: Timeless Advice for 21st Century Arts Managers.