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religious organization administrator

Brenda Diane Bell Tribett, religious organization administrator. Named one of 100 Most Influential Black Women, Koinonia Indiana Methodist Church, 1993; Educator's fellow Ecumenical Resource Center. Member National Council Churches, Religious Education Association.

Background

Tribett, Brenda Diane Bell was born on October 3, 1947 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Ervin George Junior and Claudia (Miller) Bell.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Juvenile Justice, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1978. Master of Arts in Legal Studies, Antioch School Law, 1981. Master of Arts in Christian Education, Presbyterian School Christian Education, 1991.

Educational Specialist in Christian Education, Presbyterian School Christian Education, 1992.

Career

Church secretary, youth coordinator, Mount Olive Baptist Church, Richmond, 1973-1989; academic skills coordinator, Virginia Union U., Richmond, 1987-1989; English as Second Language/adult basic education teacher, Richmond Public Schools, 1982-1992; director, Joseph Nash Multicultural Center, Richmond, 1990-1992; executive director Christian education, Progressive National Baptist Convention, Washington, since 1992. Workshop facilitator Baptist General Convention, Richmond, 1974-1992, member leadership team, 1980-1992. Consultant Commonwealth Girl Scouts, Richmond, 1988.

Teacher Adult Basic Education, 1991-1992.

Membership

Member National Council Churches, Religious Education Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: jogging, reading, cooking, skating.

Connections

Married Louis Tribett Junior, September 2, 1967 (divorced 1973). 1 child, Diondrea Nichelle.

father:
Ervin George Bell Junior

mother:
Claudia (Miller) Bell

spouse:
Louis Tribett Junior

child:
Diondrea Nichelle Tribett