Gordon-Conwell Names New Professors for Charlotte Campus

The Charlotte Campus welcomes Drs. Pamela Davis and Nicole Martin

September 25, 2017

Drs. Nicole Martin (l) and Pamela Davis (r)

Drs. Nicole Martin (l) and Pamela Davis (r)

Sept. 25, 2017—Rev. Dr. Nicole Massie Martin has joined Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Charlotte as Assistant Professor of Ministry and Leadership Development. Dr. Martin earned a Doctor of Ministry at Gordon-Conwell with an emphasis on African American Redemptive Leadership, and a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, where she was the recipient of the Jones Prize in Music and the Swink Prize in Preaching.

She is also a minister at The Park Church in Charlotte, NC, a consultant with the American Bible Society and was inducted into the prestigious Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers at Morehouse College.

Dr. Martin is a regular columnist for the Faith and Values section of The Charlotte Observer and a contributor for Christianity Today. Most recently, she was named one of the Top 40 Under 40 for 2017 by the Charlotte Business Journal. She has been selected to participate in ministries locally and globally, including the Lausanne Younger Leaders Conference in Indonesia, and the Evangelical thought leaders gathering in Israel, and was appointed by the Charlotte Mayor to serve as the faith-based representative on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Advisory Board. She is also founder of The Clergywomen of Charlotte and Executive Director of SoulFire International Ministries.

Dr. Pamela Davis is Gordon-Conwell’s new Director of Counseling Programs and Associate Professor in Counseling at the Charlotte campus. She earned a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University and was recipient of the Outstanding Ph.D. Graduate award. She also received an M.A. in Mental Health Ministries from Wheaton College Graduate School where she most recently was an Assistant Professor. She is an accomplished speaker and has authored more than 40 publications, such as Reentry Program Impact on Missionary Kid Depression, Anxiety and Stress as well as Enhancing Mental Health Education and Training for International Students.

Dr. Davis has served as Wheaton (Illinois) College Program Director for the Graduate School’s M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and has received awards that include the Frances J. White Award for Psychology and Ministry and the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Award.

She was also a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Staff Therapist at Central Dupage (Illinois) Pastoral Counseling Center, provided services as Clinical Director and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor at the Cornerstone Counseling Foundation in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and will complete her post-graduate certificate in Spiritual Formation in 2018. In Illinois, she was also active in her community in a variety of capacities, including President of the Illinois Association of Play Therapy and as a Crisis Care Consultant to the Evangelical Alliance Mission.

About Gordon-Conwell

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is a multi-denominational evangelical Protestant graduate school serving nearly 1800 students on campuses in South Hamilton and Boston, Massachusetts, Charlotte, North Carolina and Jacksonville, Florida. Students represent 90 denominations and 53 foreign countries. The seminary ranks 5th largest in size among all seminaries accredited by the Association of Theological Schools of the United States and Canada. Gordon-Conwell offers many degrees at the master’s and doctoral levels and has gained an international reputation for leading faculty in the areas of Biblical Studies, Ministry and Theology.