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Della Stanley-Green (ESR, M.Min. ’90)

Della Stanley-GreenDella Stanley-Green (ESR, M.Min. ’90) is the team leader for the Interim Co-Superintendent Team for Western Yearly Meeting of Friends (WYM). She also continues to serve as the project director for the WYM Pastoral Ministry Excellence Project which helps Meetings and pastors address the economic challenges facing pastors. She recently concluded more than four years as the Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of the Faculty at Christian Theological Seminary. She is a Recorded Minister in the Religious Society of Friends in Western Yearly Meeting. Prior to that work, she served as the Executive Director for Indiana Network for Higher Education Ministries, a non-profit that worked in the ecumenical and interfaith arenas with campus ministries at both private and public higher education institutions across the state of Indiana. Della has extensive experience with the breadth and depth of Friends including being a member of six different Friends Meeting associated with six different yearly meetings. She and her husband, Kerry Green, live in Indianapolis. Della joined the Board in 2011 as a Western Yearly Meeting representative.

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