Tommy Prince, specialist, Learning and Organizational Development
Tommy Prince joined Habitat for Humanity International in July 2007 as a specialist in the Learning and Organizational Development department. His primary responsibilities include designing, developing and delivering learning opportunities for Habitat affiliates and HFHI staff. Additionally, he often consults with other HFHI departments on the topics of conflict resolution and teambuilding.
Professionally, Prince has over 15 years experience in designing, developing and delivering impactful training in the areas of conflict resolution, mediation, negotiation and leadership development. Prior to joining the HFHI staff, he held positions that included trainer, director of training, chaplain, associate pastor and pastoral counselor. He is also the founder of the Atlanta Center for Reconciliation Inc., an alternative dispute resolution company.
Prince earned a bachelor of arts in history from the University of North Alabama, a master of divinity from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, and a doctor of theology in pastoral counseling from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
His specific areas of expertise include conflict resolution, teambuilding, communication and negotiation, leadership development and Habitat for Humanity’s history and mission. His energetic and engaging delivery style is always focused on his audience and what they wish to learn from his presentation.