Paulette A. Brown

Vice Moderator


I am humbled, privileged, and excited to be serving on Palmer's Student Assembly 2021-2022 for a second term in the role of vice-moderator. As a part-time seminarian, I am entering my fourth year at Palmer, pursuing a Master of Divinity. I am also continuing my internship as a Sider Scholar with Christians for Social Action (CSA). My spiritual giftings, which entails event planning and coordination, as well as administration, have helped me to support CSA in its mission of putting Christian faith into action for personal and social transformation. 

While I do not know what the totality of my "next" is, I have responded to God's call to serve in ministry. My interests are multi-dimensional. I love teaching Bible Study, as well as being involved in outreach initiatives to serve the local mission field. I also have a strong desire to take the Gospel internationally to continue its spread throughout the world.  I am passionate about leading women to Christ, as well as nurturing their faith in Christian daily living. Whether I am used to minister God's Word, evangelize the Gospel, exemplify Christ through service, or advocate and promote good health and wellness practices, I am confident that God will be glorified in the work. 

I am the founder of Yara's Tent Ministry, which principles are rooted in advocating a holistic approach to healing the mind, body, soul, and spirit. It serves as the umbrella for the various ministries that God plans to use me for in kingdom building here on earth. 

As vice-moderator. I will assist Wanda Harris-Cooper, the moderator in her duties and serve as acting Moderator in her absence. I am the contact person for the various satellite programs of Palmer Seminary, in partnership with the Dean’s Office, including but not limited to: West Virginia Extension, Eastern’s School of Christian Ministry, and the Latinos Ministries MTS program.

I look forward to working with the Student Assembly, as well as the Palmer faculty, to serve you and support your journey. The time has come to rebuild and continue to press forward to the mark.