President / C.E.O. Bio

CAMERON  PENNYBACKER:  Ordained in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Reverend Cameron Pennybacker is the founder and current C.E.O. of Diversity Assets– a not-for-profit firm focused on social and racial justice initiatives.

A graduate of the Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta, Georgia), Rev. Pennybacker has served in parish, ecumenical, and interfaith settings since 1990. His career includes diverse community initiatives in the healthcare, housing, education, cultural arts, religious, and non-profit sectors.

In 2001, Pennybacker was appointed as the director of Chautauqua Institution’s New Clergy Program- an initiative he continued to support as the program’s on-site coordinator through the 2010 season. Following a 2007 faculty appointment at the University System of Georgia’s Macon State College in the School of Education, Pennybacker is now a PhD. Policy Studies fellow at Georgia State University.

A native of Chattanooga Tennessee, Reverend Pennybacker makes his home south of Atlanta in Macon, Georgia, sharing life with his daughter Ellie (14).

 

2 comments on “President / C.E.O. Bio”

  1. J. Shawn Durham

    Hey Cam! Long time no hear! I hope you are well.

    Im in town with a show at the Douglass Theatre this weekend. Come on out! It’d be great to see you!

    (www.douglasstheatre.org)

  2. Dr. Deborah-Patrice Hamlin

    Dear Reverend Doctor Pennybacker:

    Many thanks for attending the third installment of a four part series on “James Brown: The Macon Factor” on last evening at the Washington Memorial Library. It was truly a great conversation, and it is my belief that many people were inspired by the information presented. As discussed, I look forward to seeing/chatting with you about the Robert McDuffie performance (I also plan to attend the opening dinner/keynote as well), and about the Knight Cities Challenge grant for which I am a finalist for my project: “The Tindall Project: Voices From the Hood.” All the very best.

    Dr. Deborah-Patrice Hamlin, Ph.D. (American and African American History).
    Founder & Executive Director, Bronzetone Center for Music & History
    Capacity Coordinator, United Way of Central Georgia
    (478) 258-1938

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