Stacey serves as Executive Minister of Community Engagement/Transformation Trinity United Church of Christ where she is charged with the responsibility of serving as the principle liaison to mobilize efforts of community and church-based organizations for outreach and transformation engagement in our community, city, outlying areas, and around the world related to evangelism and ministry program activities related to the mission critical initiatives of the church, Imani Village and Endeleo.
Prior to be called into the ministry, Dr. Edwards-Dunn's extensive professional accomplishments included working as the youngest Director of Community Education for Planned Parenthood, Manager of two Health Centers for Planned Parenthood, and the Health Education Coordinator for Near North Health Services where she provided health education to youth ages 9 to 15 in the Cabrini Green Community.
Dr. Edwards-Dunn has served on the Board of Trustees at McCormick Theological Seminary, where she now serves as the Director of the African American Ministry Center and Black Church Studies. A proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Rev. Dr. Stacey Edwards-Dunn is the Founder of Fertility for Colored Girls, NFP, a national organization with four locations in the US, which provides education, awareness, support and encouragement for African American women/couples struggling with infertility, seeking to build the family of their dreams.
Rev. Dr. Stacey Edwards-Dunn educational accomplishments include a Doctor of Ministry from McCormick Theological Seminary, Master of Divinity, Cum Laude, from the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chemistry as well as a Master of Public Health from Indiana University. A native of Muncie, IN, Dr. Stacey L. Edwards-Dunn is married to Mr. Earl D. Dunn, Sr. and they are the proud parents of one daughter, Shiloh Lupita Emon Dunn.