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Christy S. Woodbury-Moore

Rev. Dr. Christy S. Woodbury-Moore

Rev. Dr. Christy (Simmons) Woodbury-Moore is a licensed and ordained minister in the Baptist church. She currently serves as the Assistant Professor of Spiritual Formation and the Director of Supervised Ministry at Memphis Theological Seminary. She attended Tuskegee University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering. She also holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota-Carlson School of Management.  Dr. Moore was the Class of 2012 Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology Valedictorian for Virginia Union University where she received a Master of Divinity degree. She also holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Virginia Union University with a focus on the unique experiences of African American women. Dr. Moore is committed to the healing of the black community through empowering black women to live out loud. Entitled Give Me My Stuff: In Defense of Black Womanhood, Dr. Moore’s dissertation is a womanist exploration of the use of nonconventional sources in connecting with the lived experiences of black women. Dr. Moore shares her life with Rev. Dr. Michael Moore, Senior Pastor of Metropolitan Baptist Church in Memphis, TN and their son, Michael Moore II. Dr. Moore has a heart for African American women and the black community.