Celebrating CBE Alums
Since its founding in 1970, the Center for the Church and the Black Experience has empowered and trained persons to be prophetic "leaders of leaders" for the African American religious community and society-at-large. Today, CBE alumni continue to greatly impact the church, the academy, and the world
CBE alums who have received Garrett-Evangelical's Distinguished Alum Award include:
- Carmichael D. Crutchfield (G-ETS 2010)
- Dennis M. Oglesby Jr. (G-ETS 1995)
- Tracy Smith Malone (G-ETS 1993)
- Ann E. Streaty Wimberly (G-ETS 1993)
- Julius Trimble (G-ETS 1983)
- Myron F. McCoy (G-ETS 1982)
- Darrell Lamar Jackson (G-ETS 1981)
- Beverly J. Shamana (G-ETS 1980)
- Jonathan Keaton (GTS 1971 and G-ETS 1979)
- James Cone (GTS 1963)
- Charles Wesley Jordan (GTS 1960)
- Edsel Ammons (GBI 1957)
CBE 45 Outstanding Alums
In 2017, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary recognized 45 Outstanding Black Alums in honor of the Center for the Church and the Black Experience’s 45th Anniversary. These alums were nominated by their fellow alums, peers, and the administration. Each of the 45 have engaged in ministries that make an impact and we encourage you to read more about each of our alums. You can read about all of our 45 Outstanding Black Alums at CBE45.com!
We Want To Hear From You!
As CBE looks to its future we look forward to strengthening our partnerships with the vast network of CBE alums. We welcome your stories, reflections, and suggestions on ways we can work together. Please take a moment and update your contact information on the mailing list form and use the comment box to share your latest updates and news. We look forward to hearing from you!