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David E. Carl David E. Carl, M. Div, B.C.C, Executive Director, Atrium Health; ACPE Certified Educator
David Carl was hired in January 1989 to be the department administrator. He holds a bachelor's degree from Randolph Macon College and a Master of Divinity degree from Drew Theological School. His nine-year clinical background and ministry at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. gave him a particular sensitivity and love for working with the mentally ill. David came to Charlotte after founding the Department of Pastoral Care at Cabell Huntington Hospital, Huntington, WV, where he served as director for six years. Those two experiences helped to shape his creativity, appreciation for pastoral care and education, and his administrative abilities. Carl is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church and has a particularly strong belief in the value of spirituality during hospitalization. He is a Certified Educator in the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education and is also a board-certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains. In 1998, David received the Anton Boison Award from the Association of Mental Health Clergy. He has served on the Institutional Review Board and is an ethics consultant with the Hospital Ethics Committee at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center. In addition, David serves weekly as an instructor for the Atrium Health's New Employee Orientation program as well as the New Physician and APP Orientation. In the last several years, he has been instrumental in getting the Atrium Health Code Lavender initiative underway. This initiative was implemented to combat compassion fatigue and burnout experienced by all Atrium Health teammates in 50 hospitals and 900+ care locations across three states.
Terri Bolotin Terri Bolotin, M. Div, B.C.C, Director, Atrium Health Mercy; ACPE Certified Educator
Terri Bolotin joined the faculty full-time in 2000. She holds a bachelor's degree from St. Mary's College in Notre Dame, IN, a Master of Divinity degree from Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and a Master of Science in Organization Development from Queens University in Charlotte, NC. Terri completed her supervisory education at Carolinas Medical Center and is an ACPE Certified Educator. Terri came to hospital spiritual care with 14 years of diverse ministerial experience, including high school teaching, adult literacy education, college campus ministry, prison visitation, parish ministry and outreach to Chicago's poor and immigrant communities. The Catholic Bishop of the Charlotte Diocese commissions Terri as a pastoral minister. She serves on the Central Division Ethics Committee, co-chairs the Schwartz Rounds Team and the Mercy Steering Committee and is the Coordinator of Planetree at Atrium Health Mercy. In ACPE, Terri has served on regional and national certification. She has an adult son with Down's syndrome who has taught her about being present to enjoy each moment.
Greg Hathaway Greg Hathaway, M. Div, B.C.C, Director of Operations, Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center; ACPE Certified Educator
Greg Hathaway is the Director of Operations for the Spiritual Care Department at Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center, a Level 1 Regional Trauma Center in Charlotte, NC. Greg received his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his Master of Divinity degree in Pastoral Studies from Gardner-Webb University School of Divinity in Boiling Springs, NC. Greg is a board-certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains and a Certified Educator with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. As a faculty member of the Clinical Pastoral Education program at Atrium Health, Greg develops curriculum, teaches and clinically supervises chaplain interns and residents in the development of their self-awareness, self-reflection and professional practice of spiritual care skills, particularly in acute care settings. He is a life-long native of North Carolina and has two teenage sons who continue to keep him humble and alert. He has played guitar for over 30 years and enjoys performing in and around the Charlotte area from time to time.
Angela Janssen Keenan Angela Janssen Keenan, M.Div., B.C.C., Director for CPE, Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center; ACPE Certified Educator
Angela Janssen Keenan began as a chaplain intern at CMC in 2004. She completed two years of residency before gaining a position as a staff chaplain at Atrium Health Mercy. A graduate of Valparaiso University, she earned an M.Div from the University of Chicago Divinity School. Angela is a Certified Educator with ACPE and a board-certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains. She is a consecrated Deacon in the Lutheran (ELCA) Church. She is the mother of two sons, Henry and Nathan.
Bettyanna Bremer

Bettyanna Bremer, M. Div, B.C.C, Director, Atrium Health Behavioral Health-Davidson; ACPE Certified Educator
Bettyanna Bremer attended Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs, CO where she graduated with a bachelor’s in biblical studies. She completed her graduate education at Nazarene Theological Seminary where she earned a Master of Divinity and a Certificate in Chaplaincy. She is an ordained elder and endorsed for chaplaincy ministry by the Nazarene Church. Bettyanna served as senior pastor in parish ministry for twelve years. She completed her clinical pastoral education at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal IL. She worked as a staff chaplain for Great River Medical Center in Burlington, IA for nine years. In 2013, Bremer moved to Charlotte, NC to begin supervisory education. In 2014, she was hired to create a spiritual care program for Atrium Health's Mindy Ellen Levine Behavioral Health Center in Davidson. She serves on the National Advocacy Committee for ACPE. Bremer enjoys integrating healing therapies in her work and utilizing mindfulness and meditation practices, aromatherapy, music and healing art. She and her husband, John, have two adult children and two grandsons.

Daniel Miles Daniel Miles, M.Div., B.C.C., Atrium Health University City, Certified Educator
Daniel Miles has a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Psychology from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN, a Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Before coming to the Atrium Health system, Daniel completed his clinical training and supervisory education at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, NC and subsequently worked at Alamance Regional Medical Center in Burlington, NC. He is endorsed by the Alliance of Baptists where he served on the board for five years. Daniel is also a board-certified chaplain, an ACPE Certified Educator and a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate.
Lisa Jeffcoat Lisa Jeffcoat, M.Div., B.C.C., Assistant Director, Atrium Health Cabarrus, Certified Educator
Lisa Jeffcoat is the Assistant Director for Spiritual Care & Education at Atrium Health Cabarrus where she manages the Clinical Pastoral Education program and serves on the Diversity and Inclusion Council. Lisa learned her Master of Divinity at Yale Divinity School, Master of Arts in Teaching at Winthrop University and Bachelor of Arts in Music and English from Furman University. She completed her Certified Educator training with Atrium Health in 2016. Jeffcoat is a Certified Educator with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, where she serves on the Curriculum Committee. She is also a board-certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains and holds Ecclesiastical Endorsement with the Alliance of Baptists. She is grateful to serve as the Board Secretary for The Journal of Pastoral Care Publications, Inc. since 2018. Lisa brings particular passions for music that can ground the spirit, creativity that makes life vibrant, laughter that connects and learning that empowers and frees.
Veronica Martinez-Gallegos Veronica Martinez-Gallegos, M.Div., B.C.C., Faculty, Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center, Certified Educator Candidate
Veronica Martinez-Gallegos began as a chaplain intern at Atrium Health Mercy in 2013. She completed two years of residency at Atrium Health Cabarrus Hospital where she was assigned to the Palliative Care Team. She is a graduate of Campbell University, where she earned a Master of Divinity degree. Veronica began supervisory education in August 2016 and was granted candidacy in March of 2017. She is ordained and endorsed through Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. For the last decade, her husband Hugo has served as the Senior Pastor of The Voice of Hope Baptist Church. She and her husband are parents of twin teenager daughters Samantha and Isabel.
Chuck Godfrey Chuck Godfrey, M.Div., B.C.C., CEC Resident, Atrium Health Cleveland, Certified Educator Candidate
Chuck Godfrey is a native of Rutherford County, NC and began as a chaplain resident at Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center in 2014. He completed residency, served as chaplain fellow for Levine Cancer Institute and then entered the Certified Educator Training process. He is now a Certified Educator Candidate at Atrium Health Cleveland and a board-certified chaplain. Chuck completed his undergraduate work at North Carolina State University and his Master of Divinity at Gardner-Webb University. He is an ordained Baptist minister and endorsed by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Chuck and his wife, Jessica, are parents to one daughter, Ella.           
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