Agustina Luvis Núñez is a Puerto Rican theologian living and doing theology in the island. A life-long learner, she holds several degrees, including BS in Biology and Medical Technology from the University of Puerto Rico, a M.Div. from the Seminario Evangélico de Puerto Rico, a Master in Theology and a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. Currently serves as Associate Professor and Director of the D.Min. Program at the Seminario Evangélico de Puerto Rico.
Eun Young Hwang feels very much honored to have a chance to participate in Martin Marty Fellowship program and its vision of forging a dialogue on religious life between academia and the public sphere. He has worked on religious vision, therapeutics, and moral transformation in the context of one’s ordinary life as well as the possibility of cross-cultural comparison and its method.
Angela received her PhD from Fuller Seminary and taught courses there in-person, online, and in hybrid formats. She researches, writes, leads workshops, and consults about the relationship between new media culture, joy, and visions of the good life. Angela is also a lecturer in humanities at Yale College and cultural studies and theology at Yale Divinity School.
Andres White specializes in constructive Christian theology, especially womanist theology and postmodern religious thought with research interests in theologies of otherness, doctrine of God, theological anthropology, and the relationship between philosophy and theology.
She is a recipient of the Lilly Theological Research Faculty Fellowship from The Association of Theological Schools and The Louisville Institute Book Grant for Minority Scholars, both awarded for her research culminating in the forthcoming monograph The Scandal of Flesh: Black Women’s Bodies and God Politics.
The Reverend Dr. Ozzie E. Smith received a Bachelor of Arts from Langston University, Langston, Oklahoma; a Master of Education in Music from Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee; a Master of Divinity from McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois and a Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. He served as Associate pastor at Trinity United Church of Christ under the tutelage of the Reverend Dr. Jeremiah Wright, Jr.
Rev. Dr. Wright is globally known for his leading-edge efforts as a pastoral theologian and as a reformist. Dr. Wright has published four books and numerous articles. Dr. Wright also lectures across the country addressing the religious challenges the Black church faces and created and launched many ministries.
Dr. Agosto continues to be sought after as a preacher and pastoral teacher. He is currently a Licensed Minister with the United Church of Christ through the congregation of which he is a member, The First Church of Christ in Hartford.
Rev. Danielle J. Buhuro, D.Min. currently works in Clinical Pastoral Education Supervision and Healthcare Chaplaincy with the Mission and Spiritual Care Department at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago. Previously, Rev. Buhuro was a supervisory candidate at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital (Barrington, IL) and a staff chaplain at Mercy Hospital, Chicago. Early in her career, Rev. Buhuro was an on call registry chaplain at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She interned at Advocate Bethany Hospital and was a resident chaplain at Advocate Christ Medical Center.
A passionate woman of faith, a dynamic preacher, an advocate for diversity, inclusion, and interfaith dialogue, a promoter of family, community and mental health, and the former vice president of Mission and Spiritual Care at Chicago's Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital, Rev. Dr. Delois Daniels has been named McCormick's Distinguished Alumna for 2018.