Roadmap to Reconciliation 2.0: Moving Communities Into Unity, Wholeness and Justice

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About the Author

Brenda Salter McNeil is a dynamic speaker, award-winning author, professor, and thought leader. Her books include Roadmap to Reconciliation, Roadmap to Reconciliation 2.0, and A Credible Witness.

J. Derek McNeil received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania. He also earned a Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. McNeil is a leader in the field of psychology, focusing his research on the identity development of African-American males, marital and family therapy and group dynamics. He has traveled nationally and internationally presenting workshops and seminars on these topics. He has worked as a clinician in private practice, a diversity advisor and coordinator, an organizational consultant and as an administrator. McNeil formerly served as an associate professor in the graduate school of psychology at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, and is a consultant and faculty specialist for Salter McNeil Associates. He is currently senior vice president of academics at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. McNeil has authored chapters in several books including The Black Family: Past, Present and Future; Men to Men: Voices of African American Males and This Side of Heaven: Race, Ethnicity and Christian Faith.

Eugene Cho is the founder and former Senior Pastor of Quest Church, an urban, multi-cultural, and multi-generational church in Seattle, Washington. He is also the founder and visionary of One Day's Wages (ODW), a grassroots movement of people, stories, and actions to alleviate extreme global poverty. Eugene is the author of Overrated: Are We More in Love with the Idea of Changing the World Than Actually Changing the World?