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Center for Racial Healing Calls Interim Executive Director

On May 1, 2024 The Rev. Greg Warren will start his new call as Interim Executive Director for The Center for Racial Healing.

“I am delighted to be calling The Rev. Greg Warren, presently serving in The Diocese of Arkansas, to be the Interim Executive Director of the Center. Greg is well qualified and well experienced in the work of helping people see afresh the dignity of every human being. I look forward to him bringing his considerable gifts and talents to bear as well as build on the good work of the Center.” -Bishop Rob Wright

Greg most recently served as the Rector at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Conway, Arkansas, while also being chair of the Board of The Diocese’s Camp Mitchell. He also was part of The Diocesan Executive Committee for four years. Greg serves on the Board of the Seminary of the Southwest.


Prior to ordination, Greg worked many years in corporate settings, developing strategic communications and advertising for some of the largest brands in the US and globally. His work also included work in marketing and diversity and inclusion. Immediately before beginning seminary, he served as Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion for Walmart.


“The work of racial reconciliation and healing is some of the most important work in The Episcopal Church today. I am very excited to work with The Diocese of Atlanta and The Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing. The Center’s work is uniquely positioned and has proven to be a powerful force for real change. The Center has a great history, a powerful reputation and many opportunities for growth; I am honored and excited to be a part of that legacy.” -The Rev. Greg Warren


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