Dr. Charmaine L. Green
Charmaine L. Green, D.Min., M.Div., M.S., serves as Program Coordinator of outreach services and disparity programs for the Center to Eliminate Cancer Disparities of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Green has studied both health care and spiritual care management and holds degrees in health care administration from The Pennsylvania State University and Saint Joseph’s University and a graduate certificate from Temple University. Her theological degrees are from Palmer Theological Seminary and The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. With this unique dual concentration, the primary focus of Dr. Green’s work focuses on addressing the health and spiritual wellness of individuals.
Having worked over forty years in healthcare management, operations and program development, Dr. Green is skilled in all aspects and phases of project management and implementation. She has developed, coordinated, and implemented numerous outreach programs and continuing medical education symposia for patient advocacy groups, community and fraternal/social organizations, churches, and physicians.
Dr. Green is an ordained minister and has served as the Assistant Pastor of a local Pentecostal Church since 2010. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the topic of hospitality and she developed a spiritual formation and discipleship program intended towards creating Disciples of Christ who are welcoming of others. Dr. Green is also an Adjunct Professor in the Eastern School of Christian Ministry of Palmer Theological Seminary.