Rev. Dr. Albert Mosley, an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church and a nationally-recognized religious leader, has been selected as Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare's new senior vice president for Faith and Health. He will join the leadership team in April, replacing Rev. Harry Durbin who retired last fall.
Mosley has about 20 years of experience in faith-based leadership roles. He currently serves as Executive Vice President at United Methodist-related Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, and is involved in a variety of nonprofit and church-related entities.
Prior to serving at Bethune-Cookman University, he served as the president and dean of Gammon Theological Seminary, a United Methodist-related graduate school of theology that specializes in training pastoral leaders for the church and society. Mosley has also held posts at Johns Hopkins University as university chaplain and director of the Interfaith and Community Service Center, and held similar positions at Duke University.
Mosley earned his EdD at the University of Georgia and a Doctor of Divinity from Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary. In addition, he earned a Master of Sacred Theology from Yale, a Master of Divinity from Duke and a Bachelor of Science from Millsaps College.