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About Amantha Barbee
Rev. Dr. Amantha L Barbee is a Ministry Engagement Advisor for the PCUSA, and a member of the Presbytery of Charlotte. She holds a BA from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, a Master of Divinity from Union Presbyterian Seminary – Richmond, VA, where she received the E.T. George Award for Excellence in Homiletics and Worship. She has a Doctor of Ministry degree from Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA. She was a program director in a women’s transitional center before pastoring three churches in the denomination. Barbee is the recent past chairperson of the General Assembly Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations. She is the recipient of the 2018 PCUSA Woman of Faith Award. Dr. Barbee is a member of the board of directors for Ghost Ranch. She served on the Executive Board of Trustees for Montreat Conference Center, the President’s advisory board for Union Presbyterian Seminary, and the strategy team for NEXTChurch. Dr. Barbee is the past chairperson of the Charlotte Clergy Coalition for Justice (CCCJ). The 224th General Assembly voted for her to be one of two delegates to the World Council of Churches in Karlsruhe, Germany. Barbee has extensive training in anti-racism and anti-bias models for people of faith and corporate America and is a trained personal coach. She has led peaceful and challenging protests, and her work has been recognized nationally. Barbee is also the author of a powerful worship resource, Boldly Preaching Justice.