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The 2016 Interregional African American Catholic Evangelization Conference

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The 2016 Interregional African American Catholic Evangelization Conference

 

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Mrs. ANNETTE MANDLEY-TURNER

 

Mrs. ANNETTE MANDLEY-TURNER is the Executive Director of the Archdiocese of Louisville’s Office of Multicultural Ministry (formerly the Office of Black Catholic Ministries), a position she has held since 1984.

Dr. Annette Peartree-Mandley

 

Dr. Peartree-Mandley is currently the Director of Education Services for the United States Army Reserves, Pacific Region.  Although physically located in Honolulu, HI, her areas of responsibility include, Alaska, Guam, America Samoa, Saipan, Japan, Republic of Korea, and the Hawaiian islands, to include Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii (adding to traveling opportunities).

Sidney O. Speaks

 

Sidney O. Speaks iis a native of Baltimore, MD, and the oldest of nine brothers and sisters, from the beautiful union of the late Sidney Oscar and Lillie Speaks, who were married for twenty-eight years until his father’s death.

Dr. James Mandley

United States Marine Corps (Ret.)

 

Dr. James Mandley  was the Sexual Assault Program Manager for the United States Navy Middle East Region.  Prior to assuming that position, he was stationed in Kaiserslautern, Germany where he served as the Director of Family Programs for the USAR Command Europe.

Dr. ValLimar Jansen

Musical Artist

 

Dr. ValLimar Jansen has a long history of singing sacred music, starting from the age of five and professionally since the age of six. She received most of her training in music and performance at Howard University in  Washington,

D.C., and she holds professional degrees in the Arts from California State University and The University of California. Today,

Will Jemison

Catholic Diocese of Jackson, MS

 

A native Mississippian who serves as the Director of African American catholic Ministry in the Diocese of Jackson. He also works with Jackson's Homeland Security Agency and he has a passion for the Fraternal order of the Knights of Peter  Claver

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Mario Dance

 

Mario Dance is a clinical veterinarian working in research at VCU/MCV in Richmond Va where he has served as the faculty advisor for the Catholic Graduate Student Organization for 6 years. He has taught as an adult catechist at Holy Rosary Catholic Church for more than 10 years and has been on the leadership team of the St. Michael's Men's group for 8 years.

Deacon Royce Winters Archdiocese of Cincinnati

 

REV. MR. ROYCE WINTERS has been the Director if the Office of African American Catholic Ministries for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati since October 2005. He currently serves as the Pastoral Administrator one of the  African American Catholic parishes in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

Deacon James R. Turner

 

Deacon James R. Turner is the Pastoral Administrator of St. Martin de Porres and St. Augustine Parishes Catholic Church.  He is married to M. Annette Turner.  He attended the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky, where he majored in Business Management and Gerontology.

Reverend Anthony Michael Bozeman, S.S.J.

Archdiocese of New Orleans

 

Reverend Anthony Bozeman was raised in Philadelphia within the parish boundaries of Our Mother of Sorrows. Fr. Bozeman began his formal education at Our Mother of Sorrows, and then continued on to West Philadelphia Catholic High School. Upon graduation from West Catholic, Fr. Bozeman pursued his undergraduate studies at LaSalle University in Philadelphia.

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Vanessa Griffin Campbell

 

Vanessa Griffin Campbell is the Director of the Office of Ministry to African American Catholics, Diocese of Cleveland. Past Secretary of the National Association of Black Catholic Administrators; an associate member of the National Black Sisters' Conference; served on the Advisory Board of the Ursuline College School of Arts & Sciences; serve on the Board of Trustees The National Black Catholic Congress Inc.

Terrie Baldwin

Director of Evangelization in the Diocese of Cleveland

 

  • Evangelist
  • Master Catechist
  • Certified Lay Ecclesial Minister
  • National Speaker on Evangelization
  • Spiritual Gifts:  Leadership, Administration
  • Evangelism, Prophecy, Pastoring

 

 Master of Arts in Ministry

 

Reverend Mr. Kenney Bell,

Archdiocese of Louisville, Kentucky

 

Reverend Mr. Kenney Bell, an ordained permanent deacon in the Archdiocese of Louisville, Kentucky. He serves as the Deacon at Saint Martin de Porres and Saint Augustine Parishes. His passion includes ministering with Males and mentoring youth. He is a long standing member of T M & T, LLC, Consultation firm with the Kujenga Vionjozi Leadership Process. He is an excellent

preacher and workshop presenter.

Reverend Mr. James Weathers

Diocese of Lexington.

 

Reverend Mr. James Weathers is from the Diocese of Lexington. He is married to Christina Weathers, has 3 children, and 7 grandchildren. Deacon Weathers retired from Lexmark International-IBM Corporation in 2000 and became Parish Life Director at St. Peter Claver in 2005. He was ordained a deacon in 2008 in the Diocese of Lexington.

Reverend John T. Judie

Archdiocese of Louisville

 

Reverend John T. Judie is an ordained priest in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville, Kentucky.  He graduated from Saint Mary's Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland with a Bachelor of Sacred Theology degree and a Master of Divinity degree.

Sr. Gwynette Proctor, SND Archdiocese of Baltimore

 

Sr. Gwynette Proctor has been a member of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur for 35 years. She has served as the Principal of the Academy of Notre Dame in Washington, DC, the Executive Director of the Notre Dame Education Center in Lawrence, MA and as a member of the National Leadership Team for the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, USA.

Therese Wilson Favors

 

Therese Wilson Favors is former Director of the Office of African American Catholic Ministries for the Archdiocese of Baltimore. She has also served as the Coordinator of Elementary and Family Catechesis for the Archdiocese. From 1985- 1987,

Dr. Anne Mitchell-Hinton

Professional Catechist

Diocese of Memphis

 

Dr. Anna Hinton oversees numerous programs that support alternatives in education including the Parent Information and Resource Centers (PIRCs) program, the Magnet Schools program, the Full-service Community Schools program, and the Public School Choice program.

 

Carolyn N. Mack

Director of Religious Education (DRE) at St. Agnes-Our Lady of Fatima Church

 

Carolyn N. Mack, Director of Religious Education (DRE) at St. Agnes-Our Lady of Fatima Church for over 12 years

Sal Della Bella

Director of Evangelization in the Archdiocese of Louisville.

 

Sal Della Bella is the Director of Evangelization in the Archdiocese of Louisville. He coordinates, in collaboration with the agencies of the Archdiocese, evangelization initiatives, especially the directions called for by the Synod on the New Evangelization, with a special focus on parish evangelization.

Christina Weathers

Diocese of Lexington

 

Christina Weathers is from the Diocese of Lexington. She is married to Deacon James Weathers, has 3 children, and 7 grandchildren. Christina retired from the Fayette County School System in 2003 and is the Business Manager at St. Peter Claver Church. She is also the treasure for IAACEC and coordinator for The Commission For African American Catholic Concerns.

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