New York, NY, United States
Anthony Sandusky is a pastor, adjunct professor, social entrepreneur, and consultant. He works in the areas of creative innovation, leadership, and social change. His research engages issues of race, religion, and culture. He has studied the paper of Martin Luther King, Jr. on the campus of Stanford University, traveled to England to research transatlantic slavery’s effect on the residents of Bristol, and has researched in prison systems across the country.
In 2016, Anthony founded the Village Life Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide holistic support and communal renewal for populations devastated by violence, mass incarceration, and poverty.
He received his Bachelor of Arts, honors from American Baptist College, Master of Divinity with a certificate in Black Church Studies from Vanderbilt University, and is completing his Master of Arts in Religion, concentration Ethics from Yale University. Additionally, he has received fellowships from The Forum for Theological Exploration, The Beatitudes Society, and Auburn Seminary.
Currently living in Brooklyn, New York, Anthony enjoys reading, traveling, hiking, and listening to various genres of music.
*Currently in the Facilitator Preparation Program
Specialty Areas: Business, Clergy & Faith, Consulting, Diversity, Education, Leadership, Mentorship, Nonprofit