Terry Grim MS
After working at IBM for 30 years on leading-edge technology and
Terry Grim, MS joined Social Technologies in 2007 as a
futurist and consultant for strategic practices. She brings an extensive
background in strategy development, customer engagements, and
large-scale and mission-critical development management for top IBM
clients including NASA, British Telecom, and the State of Washington.
While at IBM, Terry was responsible for corporate and division strategy and helped develop the Strategy Capability Maturity Model, still used throughout the company to assess strategic practices. She also has extensive project management experience, including as a senior manager for data systems development in NASA’s Space Station and Space Shuttle, as well as for commercial projects. From 1994 to 1996 she served as a senior manager on redevelopment of British Telecom’s billing system. She has been certified as a project manager by both IBM and the Project Management Institute.
Terry earned a BS with high honors (Phi Beta Kappa) in computer science from the University of Florida in 1975. She is an adjunct professor in studies of the future at the University of Houston, and holds an MS degree from that program which she earned in 1993.