She has served as an advisor to Black Women in Theological Leadership at The Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), Atlanta, Georgia and for women in theological leadership at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. She presently serves on the board of directors, for an initiative sponsored by the Fulton County District Attorney’s office and on the executive board of the Wesleyan Foundation of Georgia State University. She is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University where she received her bachelor of arts in philosophy and religion; the master of divinity, Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, GA and the Doctor of Ministry degree, Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA.
She has served in several capacities on the conference level. She was an instructor for the United Methodist Pastoral Ministry School and instructor at the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), Atlanta, Georgia, where she was also employed as a program associate with ITC/Faith Factor, a program designed to provide research, policy analyses and practical program information that acknowledges the unique role and mission of the black church. She provided training and technical assistance to church leaders across the country. In this position she also planned faith-based conferences on Welfare Reform and Workforce Development.
She currently resides in Columbus, Georgia and has one daughter, Amber. She has written a book, “Say You Want To Be Married? No You Don’t!” is a contemplative look at marriage and her dissertation, “A Manual for Preparing Congregations to Receive Pastoral Leadership in a Cross-Racial, Cross-Cultural Appointment in the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church is being disseminated across annual conferences as a model to train cross-cultural congregations.