The Rev. Betty Whitted Holley, Ph.D., holds multiple degrees in Mathematics, Education, and Theology. She is an Associate Professor at Payne Theological Seminary, where she is the director for the Master of Divinity Degree Program. Dr. Holley serves as a member of the Broader Social Impacts Committee (BSIC), for the Smithsonian Institute of Natural History and as the African Methodist Episcopal Church representative for the Board of Directors for Creation Justice Ministries.
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