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MDiv student Angela Overton hired at national healthcare advocacy organization

by Chris Wooton | Dec 18, 2018

Angela OvertonAngela Overton, a Master of Divinity student at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, has accepted a position as senior advisor to the Interfaith and Diversity Workgroup for the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC) in Washington, D.C.

C-TAC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, which conducts research and provides information and advocacy support on behalf of people living with advanced illness.

“As a cancer survivor, minister, and strong program manager, Angela will serve a critical role to advance the work of the faith community within C-TAC and with our partners,” said C-TAC executive director John Broyles.

In her new role at C-TAC, Overton will be responsible for the implementation of the C-TAC Interfaith & Diversity Workgroup programs; strategic planning for the workgroup; enhancement of C-TAC Interfaith & Diversity Workgroup image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional, civic, and private organizations; and planning roles and session(s) of the workgroup at the 2019 C-TAC summit. She will oversee/work with approximately 75 individuals that work within clinical, educational, and spiritual organizations throughout the United States.

“[Louisville Seminary Dean of Student Engagement] Dr. Kilen Gray has been instrumental to me in the process,” said Overton, who has served as a C-TAC volunteer for several years. “The guidance and mentorship that he has extended to me has been invaluable. In addition, Louisville Seminary has made a wonderful contribution to my academic understanding of who God is and how that is to be worked out in the world we live in today.”

For more information, see www.thectac.org.
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