Campolo Scholars Fellowship with Rev. Dr. Phaedra D. Blocker
November 16 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Rev. Dr. Phaedra D. Blocker meets with the Campolo scholars for their weekly Monday Meetings.
Rev. Dr. Phaedra D. Blocker has a passion for empowering individuals and organizations (particularly clergy and churches) to move toward wholeness and actualize their potential. She currently serves as Affiliate Professor in Leadership & Formation and Assistant Director of Openseminary at Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University. Formerly Director of Programs for New Baptist Covenant, her ministry experience includes oversight of discipleship and pastoral care ministries, counseling, serving as an associate pastor for a congregation of 10,000-plus members, and as assistant pastor for a small Liberian congregation. She also has more than 30 years’ experience in management, community relations, communications and marketing, and program and organizational development. Dr. Blocker earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Temple University, a Master of Divinity from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (Palmer), a Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Transformation from Northern Theological Seminary, and has done clinical training in marriage and family therapy at the Council for Relationships. Her professional affiliations include serving on the boards of the Transforming Center, in Wheaton, IL, which equips leaders to guide their churches and organizations to become spiritually transforming communities; and Grace & Race Ministries, Inc., which provides racial reconciliation ministry, conflict resolution, leadership development and educational opportunities through churches, faith-based and community organizations. In addition, she serves on the Steering Committee for the Inter-Seminary Initiative of Interfaith Philadelphia.