• 68°

Kimberly Clarke is new program coordinator at Hood Theological Seminary

New coordinator

Kimberly Clarke

Kimberly Clarke has joined the staff of Hood Theological Seminary as program coordinator of the newly established Institute for Early Career Clergy Development.

Clarke completed her B.A. in urban health policy at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. She has completed coursework toward a master’s degree in human resources management at the New School for Social Research in New York. She also completed coursework in the master’s in Christian practice program at Duke University Divinity School and will be continuing her education in the master of divinity program at Hood seminary.

Clarke was a diversity contractor and consultant with Duke Divinity School’s Neighborhood Seminary and was a team leader and recruiter for the Spiritual Academy for Leading Transformation (S.A.L.T.) for the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church.

In the church, she has also served as a Plowpoint Ministries team leader and a grant writer for the Justice and Reconciliation Team: Dismantling Racism. As a seasoned facilitator, she has volunteered in a variety of community-based organizations, urban advocacy and health agencies, and faith-based care and women’s resource centers.

She has experience in public relations and marketing, having served as director of public relations for Personal Care Inc. in Greensboro and as the senior program facilitator and co-director of Anytown Leadership Development Camp of the National Conference for Community and Justice in Greensboro.

Clarke also has certification in massage therapy from Guilford County Community College in High Point.

Comments

Crime

Blotter: April 13

Coronavirus

County switches vaccines for Livingstone clinic after federal, state guidance

Coronavirus

US recommends ‘pause’ for J&J vaccine over clot reports

Education

Superintendent talks first 100 days, dives into district data

Business

‘It was an answer to a call:’ TenderHearted Home Care celebrates 10 years of providing care at home

News

Political Notebook: Local polls find increasing number of North Carolinians want COVID-19 vaccine

News

Trial begins on challenge to latest NC voter ID law

Local

Burch, Fisher, Marsh honored as 2021 recipients of Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Award

Landis

Landis board talks revenues, budget planning, department updates

College

College baseball: Catawba rolls 7-1 and 24-1

Nation/World

Student fires at officers at Tennessee school, is killed

Nation/World

Police: Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun

Crime

Man receives consecutive prison sentences for sex offenses

Education

RSS Board of Education approves Faith Elementary sale

Coronavirus

Rowan Health Department receives 400 Pfizer, 800 Johnson & Johnson vaccines for week

Crime

Blotter: Accident in Food Lion only weekend shooting to produce injuries

Crime

Salisbury man charged with felony drug crimes

Crime

Second person charged in thefts from house near county line

Crime

Police use tear gas to end robbery stand off, arrest suspect

Local

Ask Us: When will Rowan Public Library’s West Branch open?

Nation/World

Prosecution case nears end in ex-cop’s trial in Floyd death

Nation/World

Officer accused of force in stop of Black Army officer fired

Crime

Blotter: Man charged with hitting man with car, fleeing while intoxicated

Local

‘Meet the need’: Rowan County Health Department looks to add to vaccination options