REV. RON LUCKEY

Vice President, retired pastor of Faith Lutheran Church, Lexington, KY

A native of Georgia, Ron Luckey received a B.A. from Lenoir-Rhyne University, his MDiv from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry from Lexington Theological Seminary. After forty years in pastoral ministry, he retired at the end of 2012, having served

Rev. Nelson Rivers III

Head Pastor, Charity Missionary Baptist Church in Charleston, SC

Rev. Nelson B. Rivers, III, was born in Bennett’s Point, SC and is a preacher of the Gospel and civil rights worker. He has preached at churches in 23 states. He is a life long servant in the fight for justice.

REV. JOSEPH OWENS

Secretary, Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church in Lexington, KY

Reverend Joseph Owens is the head pastor at Shiloh Baptist Church and an active Board Member for DART’s affiliate Building a United Interfaith Lexington through Direct-Action (BUILD) in Lexington, Kentucky. Owens is Vice Chair of the Campbellsville University Board of Trustees and graduated from

APOSTLE LA FAYETTE SCALES

President, Pastor, Rhema Christian Center in Columbus, OH

La Fayette Scales is a native of Columbus, Ohio where he grew up in the home of Christian parents. He received the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior at the age of twenty-one and was licensed to preach the Gospel in 1973. His greatest desire and focus is to see God’s people grow into their full

MRS. FLORETTE YOUNG

Team Leader at Bethel Community Baptist Church in St. Petersburg, FL

Mrs. Florette Young is a member of FAST’s foundational congregation, Bethel Community Baptist Church. Born in Jamaica, she moved to the United States in 1967 and settled in St. Petersburg in 1976. As a registered nurse, Mrs. Young was the owner and operator of an assisted-living

REV. JOE DARBY

Presiding Elder, Beaufort District, AME in Charleston, SC

The Reverend Joseph A. Darby is a native of Columbia, SC. He is a Graduate of Booker T. Washington High School, attended SC State University (and was a member of the Marching 101 Band), and is a graduate of the University of SC and a product of the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary.

Fr. CHRIS HOFFMANN

Pastor of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church in Port Orange, FL

Native to Wisconsin, Fr. Chris Hoffmann earned a degree in accounting at Marquette University before graduating from St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore. He has been ordained 28 years and has had nine assignments.

FR. JOHN TAPP

Treasurer, Pastor, Nativity Catholic Church in Brandon, FL

Fr. John Tapp is Secretary for the Office of Worship in the Diocese of St. Petersburg. He holds a Master of Arts degree from St. John’s University (Collegeville) in Liturgical Studies. Fr. John has been an instructor for the diocesan Lay Pastoral Ministry Institute (LPMI) for several years, teaching modules on

REV. KAMMY YOUNG

Director of Contextual Education and Lecturer in Contextual Theology, University of the South School of Theology, Sewanee, TN

The Rev. Kathryn Mary (Kammy) Young is the director of contextual education and lecturer in contextual theology at Sewanee School of Theology. She has been serving as the interim director since August 2011. Prior to coming to Sewanee, she was associate rector for spirituality & justice at