- Jeanette Stokes, Executive Director
- Jennifer McGovern, Administrative Director
- Meghan Florian, Communications Director
- Rebecca Welper, Programs and Publications
- Anita McLeod, Director, Elder Women Project
- Amy Kellum, Meinrad Craighead Documentary Project
JEANETTE STOKES, Executive Director
Jeanette Stokes founded the Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South in 1977 and serves as its Executive Director. A graduate of Smith College and Duke Divinity School, she is an ordained Presbyterian minister living Durham, NC. Jeanette has led workshops on women, spirituality, creativity and social justice. In 1997 she constructed a 40'x40' canvas labyrinth to use in workshops and retreats. Jeanette is the author of two collections of essays, 25 Years in the Garden and 35 Years on the Path, and two memoirs, Hurricane Season: Living Through a Broken Heart and Flying Over Home. She likes to write, paint, dance, and garden. (Click HERE for a longer bio of Jeanette Stokes.)
JENNIFER MCGOVERN, Administrative Director
Jennifer McGovern joined the staff of the Resource Center in August 2004 part-time to help with administrative tasks. She brings many years' experience with non-profits, member-funded organizations and progressive local politics. Supportive of the work of RCWMS since it began, she is interested in furthering social justice especially through her work as a teacher and tutor. Jennifer is a graduate of Duke University and North Carolina Central University and lives in Durham.
MegHan Florian, COMMUNICATIONS Director
Meghan Florian received her MTS from Duke Divinity School and MFA in Creative Writing from Queens University of Charlotte. She is a writing tutor in the Center for Theological Writing at Duke Divinity School and blogs at www.femmonite.com.
Rebecca Welper, programs and Publications
Rebecca Welper, MFA, is a playwright, poet, blogger, and Unitarian Universalist worship associate who lives in Durham with her partner.
Anita McLeod, Director, Elder Women Project
Anita McLeod, RN, BSN, is a retired nurse and health educator who lives in Durham, NC. She has led workshops for the past twenty years on topics such as women's spirituality, holistic menopause, managing change, and conscious aging. A former RCWMS Board chair, Anita leads RCWMS's work on elder women.
Amy Kellum, Meinrad Craighead Documentary Project
Amy Kellum is the Executive Producer of the documentary Meinrad Craighead: Praying with Images. She completed a Certificate in Documentary Studies at Duke University based on her work with the artist and is a former member on the Board of RCWMS.
photo credit: Amy Kellum