Chaplain Roslyn Sellman, Founder, and CEO
Reverend Sellman earned a Master of Divinity at Christian Theological Seminary, B. A. in Biblical Studies, and a Graduate Certification in Life Coaching from Grand Canyon University. She also obtained a Grief Recovery Certification from the Grief Recovery Institute. She is a mentor at New Orleans Evangelical Theological Seminary and currently serves as a hospice Chaplain for the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Gilchrist.
An active member of the Association of Professional Chaplains, the International Coach Federation, and the Society of Biblical Literature, Reverend Sellman’s civic activism also includes partnering with Saint Ambrose Housing, an aid center to which she has opened her home in order to help men and women who have experienced loss. She has served on the Board of Directors for Court Appointed Special Advocates and Prayer Intercessor for the Washington National Cathedral and is also a contributing member of the Poor People’s Campaign, Black Lives Matter, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the United Negro College Fund. In 2014, Reverend Sellman was commissioned by the African Methodist Episcopal Church and ordained to preach the Gospel.