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David E. Carl David E. Carl, Executive Director, CMC Charlotte; ACPE Supervisor
David 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, W.Va., 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. He is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church and has a particularly belief in the value of one's spiritual caregiver during hospitalization. He is a CPE Supervisor, certified by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, and is also board-certified by the Association of Professional Chaplains. In 1998, David received the Anton Boison Award from the Association of Mental Health Clergy. He serves on the Institutional Review Board, as well as the Hospital Ethics Committee at Carolinas Medical Center, and is an instructor for the Atrium Health's New Employee Orientation program.
Terri Bolotin Terri Bolotin, Director, CMC-Mercy; ACPE Supervisor
Terri joined the faculty full-time in 2000. She holds the bachelor's degree from St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, and Master of Divinity degree from Candler School of Theology at Emory University. Terri did her Supervisory Education at Carolinas Medical Center, and is certified as an ACPE Supervisor. She brings14 years of diverse ministerial experience, including high school teaching, adult basic 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 Bioethics Resource Group, Patient Education Committee and the Levine Children's Hospital Planning Committee. The early Christian mystics as well as liberation and feminist spirituality inform her theology. Terri serves on the Regional Certification Committee. In recent years, she has begun to focus on building CPE for Hispanic leaders. She has a son with Down's syndrome, which has drawn her more deeply into education and ministry for those affected by developmental disabilities. She loves creating and participating in rituals, which weave together play, prayer and symbol.
David C. Johnson David C. Johnson, Assistant Director, Pastoral Operations; CMC ACPE Supervisor
Dr. David Johnson is a United Methodist minister who received his theological training at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary at Northwestern University and his Doctor of Ministry degree at The Graduate Theological Foundation. He completed his clinical training at Central State Hospital in Milledgeville, Ga., and the Academy for Pastoral Education in Columbia, S.C. He is a Certified Supervisor of the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc., served as Chair of the Accreditation Commission and regional representative to the ACPE Board of Representatives and currently serves as President Elect of the ACPE Board. He is a Board Certified Chaplain of the Association of Professional Chaplains and currently serves as President-Elect of the APC Board. Prior to coming to Charlotte in June 2009, David was director of the Department of Pastoral Care and Education and the Pastoral Counseling Center at Cabell Huntington Hospital in Huntington, W.Va. He has also served as director of Pastoral Services and program administrator for Adult Psychiatric Services for eight years with Charter Medical Corporation in Macon, Ga. and Charlotte. His pastoral positions in the church have included appointments at four churches in the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. David is married to Susan and they have two children and four grandchildren.
Beth Jackson-Jordan Beth Jackson-Jordan, Assistant Director, CMC-NorthEast; ACPE Supervisor
Beth joined the faculty of Atrium Health in 2002. Beth holds a bachelor's degree in music education from William Jewell College and a Master of Divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She is ordained by the American Baptist Churches, USA and endorsed by the Alliance of Baptists. Beth's four years of clinical and supervisory training at St. Elizabeth's Psychiatric Hospital in Washington, D.C. Before coming to this position, she worked as a CPE Supervisor at St. Joseph of the Pines in Southern Pines, N.C. From 1992-1997, Beth served as Director of Pastoral Care at Baptist Senior Adult Ministries in Washington, D.C., where she established a new CPE program which was accredited in 1996. Beth is an ACPE CPE Supervisor and is a Board-Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC). She served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the APC from 1998-2002. Beth has articles published in Chaplaincy Today and Dialogue, American Baptist journals for chaplains and pastoral counselors. Beth previously worked at Huntersville Oaks/Sardis Oaks where she chaired the Post Acute Care Services Ethics Committee and the Palliative Care Education Committee.

Angela Janssen Keenan, M.Div., B.C.C., Assistant Director for Pastoral Care Education, CMC
Angela began as a Chaplain Intern at CMC in 2004. She completed two years of Residency before gaining a position as a Staff Chaplain at CR-Mercy. A graduate of Valparaiso University, Angela earned an M.Div from the University of Chicago. Angela is an Associate Supervisor with ACPE and a board certified chaplain. She is a consecrated deaconess in the Lutheran (ELCA) Church. She and her husband Patrick are parents to two sons, Henry and Nathan.

Rebekah Ramsey, M. Div., B.C.C, Chaplain Manager of Pastoral Care-CMC-University
Rebekah began as a second year Chaplain Resident at CMC in 2009. Prior to coming to CMC, Rebekah did a year residency at Pitt County Memorial Hospital and then served as the full time Spiritual Care Chaplain for First Health Hospice in Pinehurst, NC. She is a graduate of Hood Theological Seminary where she earned a Master of Divinity degree. Rebekah began Supervisory Education in August of 2010 and was granted Candidacy in March of 2012. She is ordained and endorsed through Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Her husband, Robbie, works as a Paramedic for MEDIC in Mecklenburg County.
Greg Hathaway, M. Div, B.C.C, Assistant Director, CMC-NorthEast
Greg is a life-long native of North Carolina. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his Master of Divinity degree from Gardner-Webb University School of Divinity in Boiling Springs, NC. Greg is an ordained Baptist minister and is endorsed by the Alliance of Baptists. He has been with Carolinas Healthcare since August of 2007. Greg is also a Associate Candidate with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. He is married to his wife Cheryl and is the proud father of two sons: Caleb and Nathan.
Malu Fairley, Faculty, Clinical Pastoral Education, CMC
Malu Fairley attended Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, where she graduated with a BA in philosophy. Between her undergrad and graduate studies she worked at Charles R. Drew Charter School, with students enrolled in grades K-8. There she served as the Assistant Director of the Office of Extended Services overseeing the after school program, which offered services to 300 students. She attended Candler School of Theology of Emory University where she graduated with her Masters of Divinity with a certificate in Women in Theology and Ministry. Malu worked in several departments while in school including the Office Student Services and the Department of Black Church Studies. While completing her last semester in seminary, Malu completed an internship through the Care and Counseling Center of Georgia, CCCG, at Metro State Women's prison. Metro was the maximum security as well as high need (physically and mentally) facility for the state for Georgia. After graduating Malu completed her first year residency at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, GA. She relocated to Charlotte, NC and completed her second year residency at Carolinas Medical Center. Malu is currently a Supervisory Educate Candidate. She is Board Certified Chaplain who is endorsed by the Alliance of Baptists.