Dean of Development Named

The School of Divinity has named Norman Jameson as its Assistant Dean for Development. 

Jameson has served Baptists on state and national levels since 1977 in various roles: journalist, development officer and public relations official. Most recently he was editor of the Biblical Recorder, the official newspaper for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. He most recently worked on special projects for Associated Baptist Press, the Religious Herald and the North American Baptist Fellowship.

Jameson will focus on raising funds for the 12-year-old divinity school, one of the four professional schools at Wake Forest University. “I’m truly excited to join a dynamic, learned staff and faculty at Wake Forest School of Divinity that is equipping shepherds for the Church and preparing authentic Christian leaders to serve community and ministry organizations that meet human need with a Christ touch,” Jameson said. “As change pours over the Church, the vision driving Wake Divinity is preparing students uniquely for the challenge.” 

Founded in 1999, the School of Divinity is a young and dynamic theological institution that prepares men and women to minister in a rapidly changing world. Drawing on the Baptist heritage of “soul freedom”, the School of Divinity is intentionally ecumenical and open to a variety of viewpoints. 

Media Contact: Mark Batten

Picture: Associated Baptist Press



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