Bishop Announces Two New Members of Her Extended Cabinet


Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson announced the assignment of two additional members of the North Georgia Conference extended cabinet: Kelley Henderson, CEO of Action Ministries, and Rev. Keith Lawder, President/CEO of the Georgia United Methodist Foundation. 

These additional cabinet members bring insight from two critical North Georgia Conference-related agencies. 

Action Ministries works in partnership with United Methodist churches and the community with a focus on ending the cycle of poverty. The agency's initiatives relate to hunger relief, housing and education. 

The Georgia United Methodist Foundation serves as a financial and stewardship partner in ministry to United Methodist churches and individuals in Georgia. 

The extended cabinet includes 12 District Superintendents, Assistant to the Bishop, Conference Lay Leader, Director of Ministerial Services, Director of Connectional Ministries, Director of Congregational Development, Conference Treasurer and Annual Conference Secretary.

Henderson and Lawder will join the extended cabinet beginning in July 2017.