Meet The Staff
Dr. T. Lynn Smith
Director of the School for Leadership Development
Dr. T. Lynn Smith is a native of Aurora, Illinois, and has a heart for service. She received her Bachelor of Arts from North Central College, Master of Science in Business and Management from National-Louis University, Master of Arts in Church Music from the Interdenominational Theological Seminary, and Doctor of Sacred Music from Union Bible Theological Seminary. She currently serves The Salvation Army as the Director of the Jack McDowell School for Leadership Development. She is a licensed minister, and volunteer Chaplain for the Fulton County Sheriff's Department.
Locally, Dr. Smith serves as the Pastor of Worship and Arts for Hinsley Temple Church Of God In Christ in Atlanta, Georgia. Nationally, she serves as Secretary for the Board of Trustees for the largest African-American, Pentecostal denomination, the Church Of God In Christ, Inc. Her passions are writing music, training and developing leaders, speaking life into young adults and listening to the Father in intercessory prayer.
Mrs. Pamela Bosworth
Pamela received her Bachelor of Arts in Ministry from Nazarene Bible College and Master of Organizational Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University. She is experienced in non-profit management and leadership development. Pamela serves The Salvation Army as a Training Consultant.
Pamela enjoys transformational training and coaching that help Christian leaders apply Biblical principles in practical ways so that their “Being” and “Doing” is centered in Christ.
Mrs. Jennifer Rexroth
Curriculum Writer & Presenter
Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Winthrop University and her Master of Arts in Educational Ministries (Christian Education) from Columbia International University. Jennifer has over 20 years of working experience with The Salvation Army as well as almost 10 years working in higher education with the University of South Carolina and Georgia College & State University. She serves The Salvation Army as a Trainer and Curriculum Writer.
Jennifer enjoys doing life with her husband (Tim), their two sons, two daughters-in-law, four grandchildren and two dogs. Her passion is people, especially walking alongside them as they discover and journey towards their unique passions and life purpose.
Dr. Cathy Oliver
Curriculum Writer & Presenter
Dr. Cathy Owens-Oliver began her career as a high school English teacher and went on to become a National Board-Certified Teacher. Dr. Cathy Owens-Oliver completed undergraduate studies at UNC-Greensboro and NC A&T State. She earned her doctorate in Education Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall University. She has traveled to 46 of 50 states and Canada training teachers, school boards, and college professors. Dr. Cathy currently serves The Salvation Army as a Trainer and Curriculum Writer.
Dr. Cathy’s work is published in education journals and college textbooks. Her new book entitled Why Schools Fumble (a guide for school improvement) is an Amazon bestseller. Dr. Cathy attributes much of her ministry effectiveness to the tutelage of her spiritual father, the late Bishop Otis Lockett, Sr. She is married to Elder Sidney Oliver, and they reside in Charlotte, North Carolina where they enjoy golfing, traveling, and mentoring millennials.
Mr. Christopher Hall
Web Content Developer and Virtual Media Specialist
Christopher Hall has a passion for music ministry and media. His education in media was further developed at Vincennes University where he studied Multimedia Communications with an emphasis in Broadcast.
Christopher Hall was born and raised in Indiana where he was introduced to The Salvation Army through camp and music ministry as a teenager. It was at the Central Music Institute that he decided to make The Salvation Army his church and a year later became a soldier. Christopher served the Western Territory in Reno, Nevada as the Public Relations and Social Media Specialist. He currently serves in the Southern Territory as the Web Content Developer & Virtual Media Specialist for the School for Leadership Development at Evangeline Booth College.
Christopher is married to Cassidy, and they love mending the hearts of animals who have been abused.
LaKisha Yarbrough is an Atlanta native who began her life with The Salvation Army in 2011 at a fall festival at the Atlanta Peachcrest Corp. She has worked at the Boys and Girls Club and The Red Shield Harbor Light Corp. She currently serves as Administrative Assistant for the Jack McDowell School for Leadership Development at Evangeline Booth College.
LaKisha has an Associates in Business Administration from Colorado Technical University and is current working on her Bachelors. She has a passion for God’s people and delights in being His hands and feet. She and her family are devoted soldiers of The Salvation Army. She is married to Antonio Yarbrough and they have four children.