Rev. Anthony Galloway holds a BA degree in Ethnic Studies from Metropolitan State University, and is a Senior Partner at Dendros Group, a firm dedicated to cultural change in organizations towards equity. He is also the Executive Director of the ARTS Us Center for the African Diaspora and a founding member of the Award winning “Counterstories” Podcast. While studying abroad in South Africa during the 10th anniversary of the end of apartheid, Anthony developed a passion for discourse facilitation and restorative practices. This work deepened when his highschool classmate Philando Castile was killed by a police officer 6 blocks from his house and further still when George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis reminding everyone that we have a lot of work to do in regards to racial reconciliation and justice. In addition to his company and community work, Anthony has served on the ministerial staff of St. James AME Church under Presiding Elder Stacey L. Smith Where he was responsible for music and media ministries and faith based racial justice projects. Rev. Galloway is currently finishing his masters of Divinity at United Theological Seminary and hopes to bring his passion for teaching, youth development, and historical perspectives to the ministry work at St. Mark AME Church. Rev. Galloway is joining the St. Mark congregation with his wife Alanna Galloway and his two children Ezra and Hadiyah.