REV. DR. STACEY EDWARDS-DUNN #BlackChurchHERSTORY

Director of the Center for African American Ministry and Black Church Studies at McCormick Theological Seminary.

Rev. Edwards-Dunn is the Executive Minister of Community Engagement and Transformation at Trinity United Church of Christ.  She holds a Doctor of Ministry from McCormick and a Master of Divinity from Virginia Union University’s Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology, in addition to degrees in chemistry and biology, and a Masters of Public Health from Indiana University.

Stacey is the Founder of Fertility for Colored Girls​ (FFCG).  FFCG seeks to provide education, awareness, support and encouragement to African American women/couples and other women of color experiencing infertility and seeking to build the families of their dreams. Additionally, FFCG seeks to empower African American women to take charge of their fertility and reproductive health.

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