Hilary J. Floyd

Academic Skills Instructor and Program Associate for Community and Lifelong Learning

BA, Furman; MDiv, Wake Forest

Floyd graduated from Furman University with a B.A. in Economics in 2006. She then spent a year in Chicago participating in an urban ministry program before coming to the School of Divinity as an MDiv student. She graduated in 2010, where her primary interest was New Testament studies. She taught religion courses at Forsyth Technical Community College and worked as a Children and Youth Minister at Shallowford Presbyterian Church for four years. In October 2013 she became the Academic Skills Instructor for students, providing individual academic coaching and workshops. In 2014 her role expanded to include working with Dr. Veronice Miles to coordinate the Early Career Clergy Leadership program. In July 2015, she became a full-time staff member and helps coordinate community and lifelong learning events.