Charmaine L. Green

Adjunct Faculty, ESCM

Dr. Charmaine L. Green is an Adjunct Professor in Eastern’s School of Christian Ministry; the diploma program of Palmer Theological Seminary.  Dr. Green began her theological career as a student in the ESCM program and has been a member of the Palmer Community since 2004. After earning a Diploma in Biblical and Theological Studies, Dr. Green continued into the degree program of Palmer and earned a Master of Divinity degree.  She joined the adjunct staff of Palmer after completing her M.Div. 

Dr. Green completed her doctoral studies at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia earning a Doctor of Ministry degree.  Her dissertation, “A New Testament Model of Hospitality for the African American Church,” provides a model of discipleship that focuses on spiritual renewal and development within the African American church with the intent of generating Disciples of Christ who demonstrate and extend Christian hospitality.

Dr. Green has worked in health care administration for over 30 years, the last 18 year as the Community Program Coordinator and the Administrator for the Center to Eliminate Cancer Disparities of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University.  In these roles she develops and executes cancer awareness and prevention programs for disparate populations.

Dr. Green is an ordained minister and serves as the assistant pastor of a local Pentecostal church.

  • D. Min., Black Church Studies, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

  • M. Div., Palmer Theological Seminary

  • Diploma, Biblical and Theological Studies, Eastern’s School of Christian Ministry of Palmer Theological Seminary

  • MS, Health Administration, Saint Joseph’s University

  • Graduate Business Certificate, Health Care Organization and Marketing Management, Temple University

  • BS, Health Planning and Administration, The Pennsylvania State University

Classes Taught
  • Biblical Interpretation 

  • Survey of the Johannine Literature

  • Luke’s Gospel: The Story of Luke-Acts 

  • Introduction to Homiletics

  • Spiritual Disciplines and Formation