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Rev. Dr. Renita Marie Green

Associate Director Religious Diversity and Ecumenical Ministry


Campus Ministry: Main Office


Email: Rev. Dr. Renita Green
Phone: 937-229-2010
Liberty Hall #213

Personal History

The Reverend Dr. Renita Marie Green graduated from Saint Louis University with a
BS in Organizational Studies, earned her Master’s of Divinity and her Doctorate of
Ministry in Social Justice from Payne Theological Seminary. Rev. Dr. Green was a
2022 Inaugural John Robert Lewis Fellow at the Faith and Politics Institute. She is
an ordained Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church with twenty
three years of service in the pastoral ministry. Additionally, Rev. Dr. Green teaches
adjunct in subjects related to resistance theology.

She has published articles in the Huffington Post, CNN, Faith Labor Tribune and
St. Louis American and she is a regular columnist for The Christian Recorder—the
oldest existing periodical published by African-Americans in the United States
whose existence dated before the Civil War. Pastor Renita has received several
awards and recognitions for humanitarian work and anti-racist advocacy.

Pastor Green is mother to three young adult children and Best Buddy to two
amazing grandchildren.