Terri O’Fallon

Terri O'Fallon

About Terri O’Fallon

An American leader in the field of learning and change in human systems and the co-founder of Pacific Integral.

Terri O’Fallon is a co-founder of Pacific Integral and co-creator of Generating Transformative Change, a program sponsored by Pacific Integral that instills its graduates with a heightened level of awareness and vision for their own role in the world. At Pacific Integral, O’Fallon’s goal was to help create a sustainable, equitable, and beautiful future for humanity by developing educational and social change technologies, as well as a worldwide community of leaders and practitioners of change

Terri O’Fallon completed her Ph.D. in Integral Studies, “Learning and Change in Human Systems”, in 1998 at The California Institute for Integral Studies. She was a faculty member for CIIS in the Transformative Learning and Change Program for 8 years and has specialized in delivering Ph.D. graduate studies using online networks with participants worldwide.

One of her areas of expertise lies in building online and face-to-face learning communities, and teaching dialogic approaches to make new knowledge. She has also developed capacities in designing and delivering graduate degree programs. Terri is presently completing her Masters in Spiritual Direction and is a Certified Counselor by the State of Washington.

O’Fallon’s most recent work is being done with STAGES International, a science-based model for understanding the development of human consciousness. STAGES offers education and assessments that help people understand their own development, and how developmental maturity and depth impact our world. STAGES was created by O’Fallon and is built upon her years spent researching and educating.


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