He resides in New York City and serves on the vestry of Grace Church, Millbrook, NY. Prior to joining RMHF, he served as senior vice president at the Jessie Ball du Pont Fund in Jacksonville, Florida, where he directed the organization’s Program-Related Investment and affordable housing activities. Constantine served for more than a decade as a consultant to foundations and national nonprofit organizations such as the Ford Foundation, Lilly Endowment and the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation on issues related to governance, strategy, and learning. He was a 2006/2007 Fellow of the Emerging Leaders Program directed by the Centres for Leadership at Public Values at the University of Cape Town and Duke University. Bishop Curry is a graduate of Hobart College and received his Master of Divinity degree in 1978 from Yale University Divinity School.He resides in Richmond, Virginia, and is a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Durham, North Carolina. He has also pursued additional studies at The College of Preachers, Princeton Theological Seminary, Wake Forest University, the Ecumenical Institute at St.
He has received honorary degrees from Sewanee, Virginia Theological Seminary and Yale. Mary Gray-Reeves is Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of El Camino Real, spanning Silicon Valley and the central California coast.He is married to the former Sharon Clement and they have two daughters, Rachel and Elizabeth. She was ordained to the diaconate in 1994 and the priesthood in 1995, both in the Diocese of Los Angeles, and to the episcopate in 2007.She earned her master of divinity degree from the College of St. Bishop Gray-Reeves was widowed in June 2014 following a long marriage to Michael Reeves. Previously, she was a Program Officer for the International Conservation Caucus Foundation, where she focused on conservation matters. He has also advocated and testified before the Texas Legislature in support of legislation limiting predatory payday lending practices and establishing needle exchange programs. He leads 40,000 Episcopalians in 127 congregations across Northern Illinois.She has volunteered extensively in Tanzania and Rwanda with programs that assist women and young school-aged children, spending a year in Dar es Salaam working for 2Seeds Network, helping rural farmers market their produce more efficiently. Hunt Foundation and serves on the International Development Committee. Hollingsworth is a cradle Episcopalian, attending St. Paul’s School in Concord, NH (where Bishop Gene Robinson confirmed her) and churches in the Diocese of Ohio, where her father Mark is Bishop. Neel was one of three finalists for Texas Lawyer’s “Lawyer of the Year” in 2015, was named an Outstanding Lawyer for 2015 by the San Antonio Business Journal, and has been named one of the Best Lawyers in America for the past seven years in a row. Bishop Lee is the author of “” in the New Church’s Teaching Series.In his three parish ministries in North Carolina, Ohio and Maryland, Bishop Curry had extensive involvement in Crisis Control Ministry, founding of ecumenical summer day camps for children, preaching missions, the Absalom Jones initiative, creation of networks of family day care providers, creation of educational centers, and the brokering of millions of dollars of investment in inner-city neighborhoods. He has served on the boards of a large number of organizations and was a member of the Commission on Ministry in each of the three dioceses where he has served.
Bishop Curry has a national preaching and teaching ministry, having been featured on The Protestant Hour and as a frequent speaker at conferences around the country.
She has served on the Standing Commission on Constitution and Canons, as well as Executive Council, where she was a member and chair of the World Mission Committee.
She chaired the task force studying the Anglican Covenant, was a delegate to the Conference of the Americas and is a member of the Church Pension Fund Board of Trustees.
He has traveled on study trips to visit programs in El Salvador and Ghana.
He is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law and Williams College. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Tuxedo Park, New York and is married to Anne with two grown children. Robert Mc Couch is Chief of Section in the Inspection and Evaluation Division (IED) of the United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS), the independent oversight body of the 30-plus entities comprising the UN Secretariat.
Shirley Stover Allen is a former commercial real estate attorney and active in numerous charitable organizations. Rosalie Simmonds Ballentine is an attorney in private practice in the US Virgin Islands.