Ashley, Rabbi Stephen B. Roberts and Rev. Willard W. C.
<div>"Rev. David Billings, MDiv, DMin, is a writer, an antiracist historian, and an organizer associated with the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond. He is a minister in the United Methodist Church. He currently resides in McComb, Mississippi, where he was born. Throughout his career he has been a teacher and is currently an adjunct professor at the New York University Silver School of Social Work in New York City. He is author of many articles and a forthcoming book, Deep Denial: The Persistence of White Supremacy in American History and Life. Chaplain Timothy G. Serban, MA, BCC, is vice president of mission integration and spiritual care at Providence Regional Medical Center, Everett, Washington, supporting a team of twenty-one board certified chaplains and music thanatologists. He has been in the field of spiritual care, mission, and ethics for more than twenty-two years. He holds his master's degree in theology and pastoral ministry in health care from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is a board certified chaplain with the National Association of Catholic Chaplains. He serves as national volunteer lead for the Spiritual Care Response Team of the(br American Red Cross in Washington, DC, and liaison of the National Association of Catholic Chaplains to the American Red Cross. Chaplain Serban has taught and spoken abroad on disaster response, ethics, and spiritual care. He is a contributor to Disaster Spiritual Care: Practical Clergy Responses to Community, Regional and National Tragedy (SkyLight Paths Publishing), and The Red Guide to Recovery: A Resource Handbook for Disaster Survivors. Rev. Willard W. C. Ashley Sr., MDiv, DMin, DH, a frequent speaker on the topics of leadership development, clergy resiliency and interfaith dialogue, is acting dean and associate professor of practical theology at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He was the interim pastor at Union Baptist Church in Montclair, New Jersey, and is the founding pastor of Abundant Joy Community Church in Jersey City, New Jersey. He also serves as a consultant on disaster recovery and clergy self-care to congregations and Fortune 100 companies. He is author of Learning to Lead: Lessons in Leadership for People of Faith and coeditor of Disaster Spiritual Care: Practical Clergy Responses to Community, Regional and National Tragedy (SkyLight Paths)."</div>