Holly Truitt.

Holly Truitt is a social innovation expert who helps organizations catalyze community-based change. With more than 20 years of experience guiding public and private organizations through uncharted transformations, Holly is a nationally respected facilitator, researcher, and leader.
Holly’s work has secured more than $13 million in funding and drawn support from large foundations, thriving municipalities, flagship universities, and world-class libraries and museums. A sought-after speaker, Holly has presented at MIT’s Science Festival Alliance, TedX, the National Science Foundation, LBCon, and others. In 2014, she was named among the Missoulian newspaper’s “20 Under 40,” and in 2013, she was awarded a global Noyce Fellowship. Holly has taught classes at the University of Montana on social innovation and designing for change. This winter she will teach at Stanford d. school. She lives in Missoula, Montana with her husband and son.
I bring 20 years of experience coaching communities with an approach rooted in listening, flexibility, and optimism. I’m ready to help you develop the richest possible environment to make an impact.


Episode 032: Holly Truitt: Community Creator, Coalition Builder, and Change Maker

– Justin Angle

Science Events Spotlight #2

– MIT’s Science Festival Alliance

Published Articles


Co-creating Transformative Change

– Holly Truitt

Coming Under One Roof

– Holly Truitt

Learning to Move Collectively

– Holly Truitt

Let’s get to work.