Disrupting Balance

004: Sushama Austin-Connor: On Going Back to School, Redefining Passion and HBCUs

May 25th, 2020

Sushama Austin-Connor is the founding program director of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute (BTLI) at Princeton Theological Seminary as well as the program administrator for Continuing Education and the Center for Black Church Studies. Over her 15+ career in religion, media, and program management/development, she has been a regional manager for the national offices of the United Church of Christ (UCC), the protestant chaplain at Wellesley College and the Administrative Director of the Summer Leadership Institute at Harvard Divinity School (HDS).

She earned her BA in English from Fisk University; an MA in Media and Visual studies (with a focus on documentary) from Emerson College; as well as a Masters of Theological Studies (MTS) from HDS. She is currently pursuing a DMin in leadership at Drew University. Sushama is working towards ordination in the United Church of Christ

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