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BH365 Black History Month: Dr. Terrell Carter, VP/First Chief Diversity Officer of Greenville University and Author of Healing the Racial Divides

February 01, 2021 BHM365 is a weekly podcast series hosted by Jo Scaife a Marketplace Entrepreneur
Black History Matters 365
BH365 Black History Month: Dr. Terrell Carter, VP/First Chief Diversity Officer of Greenville University and Author of Healing the Racial Divides
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Black History Matters 365
BH365 Black History Month: Dr. Terrell Carter, VP/First Chief Diversity Officer of Greenville University and Author of Healing the Racial Divides
Feb 01, 2021
BHM365 is a weekly podcast series hosted by Jo Scaife a Marketplace Entrepreneur

Celebrating Black History 2021
"A Black History Month  Like No Other"

Dr. Terrell Carter
VP/First Chief Diversity Officer of Greenville University


Dr. Terrell Carter is a pastor, professor, visual artist, writer, and former police officer. In addition to serving as bi-vocational pastor, he is Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer for Greenville University in Greenville, IL. He previously served as Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, KS. Prior to that, he served as a police officer for the city of St. Louis, MO, and as executive director of two nonprofit organizations in St. Louis. He has also served as a consultant and fundraiser for nonprofit, religious, and governmental entities.

 He is an expert in racial reconciliation, religious faith and its impact on communities, organizational management and leadership, community engagement, police—community relations, and community development. 

 He has experience as host and producer for radio and television programs, including as producer and host for Communities Forward (https://soundcloud.com/radio63119/communities-forward-020-shawn-greene), a weekly radio program in a Midwest market, and as a commentator and content expert for TV One’s “Thou Shalt Not” television program (https://tvone.tv/full-episodes/thou-shalt-not/).

 He has written multiple books.  Carter has written regularly for Huffington Post, the St. Louis American, Baptist News Global, Ethics Daily, Word and Way Magazine, Faithfully Magazine, Review and Expositor Journal, and Patheos. 

You can learn more about him at his website www.terrellcarter.net or follow him on Twitter or Instagram @tcarterstl.

To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:
https://www.blackhistory365education.com/joannescaife.

Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com 

Email us at [email protected]

Episodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor

Podcast music: Soundstrips.com, Title-Bitz

*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.

Show Notes

Celebrating Black History 2021
"A Black History Month  Like No Other"

Dr. Terrell Carter
VP/First Chief Diversity Officer of Greenville University


Dr. Terrell Carter is a pastor, professor, visual artist, writer, and former police officer. In addition to serving as bi-vocational pastor, he is Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer for Greenville University in Greenville, IL. He previously served as Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, KS. Prior to that, he served as a police officer for the city of St. Louis, MO, and as executive director of two nonprofit organizations in St. Louis. He has also served as a consultant and fundraiser for nonprofit, religious, and governmental entities.

 He is an expert in racial reconciliation, religious faith and its impact on communities, organizational management and leadership, community engagement, police—community relations, and community development. 

 He has experience as host and producer for radio and television programs, including as producer and host for Communities Forward (https://soundcloud.com/radio63119/communities-forward-020-shawn-greene), a weekly radio program in a Midwest market, and as a commentator and content expert for TV One’s “Thou Shalt Not” television program (https://tvone.tv/full-episodes/thou-shalt-not/).

 He has written multiple books.  Carter has written regularly for Huffington Post, the St. Louis American, Baptist News Global, Ethics Daily, Word and Way Magazine, Faithfully Magazine, Review and Expositor Journal, and Patheos. 

You can learn more about him at his website www.terrellcarter.net or follow him on Twitter or Instagram @tcarterstl.

To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:
https://www.blackhistory365education.com/joannescaife.

Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com 

Email us at [email protected]

Episodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor

Podcast music: Soundstrips.com, Title-Bitz

*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.