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Greta Bennett


PhD Student, Public Theology

About Greta

Greta is a retired Lieutenant Colonel serving with distinction as a Medical Logistics Officer in the US Army for thirty years. She is a doctoral student in Public Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, where she is mentored by Dr. Sebastian Kim. Originally from San Antonio, Texas, she received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Howard University, a Master of Public Administration from Troy State University, a Master of Arts in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a certification in Nonprofit Management from the University of Tampa. Her doctoral research focuses on the intersection of public theology and public policy as it relates to African American Women’s Healthcare. Greta is active in several nonprofit organizations, a published author, and leads the Doctoral Women’s Student Group on campus.


Fuller Theological Seminary


MA in Theology

Troy State University


MA in Public Administration

Research Interests

Public Theology, Public Policy, African American Healthcare, Theology and Culture


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