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Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington serves as the President and Founder of the Washington Consulting Group, a Multicultural Organizational Development Firm out of Baltimore, MD. Dr. Washington has served as an educator, administrator, and consultant in higher education for over 30 years Dr. Washington is the President and a Founder of the Social Justice Training Institute. He also served as Visiting Professor of Salem State University.

  • Dr. Washington serves as the Chair of the board for Many Voices, A Black Church Movement for LGBT person: and on the faculty and Camp Pride and a board member Campus Pride, and Beyond Diversity.  He serves as a trustee for the American College Personnel Association. He is on the faculty of Lancaster Theological Seminary and on the board for Vanderbilt School of Divinity Creating Welcoming Churches project.
  • Dr. Washington earned his B.S. degree from Slippery Rock State College, and a double Masters' of Science degrees from Indiana University/Bloomington.  He holds a Ph.D. is in College Student Development, from the University of Maryland College Park. Dr. Washington also holds a Masters of Divinity from Howard University School of Divinity.
  • He is a writer, speaker, coach, consultant, teacher and trainer. He has spoken all over the US, as well as in Canada and South Africa.  He is a life member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc, the Co Pastor of Unity Fellowship church of Baltimore and shares his life with his partner the Rev. Sam Offer and is the proud grandfather of 6 and great uncle to 5.
  • Known as  “The Engagement Specialist”, he sees himself as an instrument of change.  He works everyday to help people find the best in themselves and others.  He lives by the words of one of his favorite songs:

If I can help somebody as I Pass along, If I can cheer somebody with a word or song,If I can show somebody that he’s or she has traveled wrong,Then my Living Shall Not BE in Vain

Recent Posts

Jul 21, 2015

We are not the same America.

We are not the same America that we were 20 or even 10 years ago. For decades, civil liberties framed the discourse about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) justice. Now marriage, a union that is sacred for so many, is at the forefront of our national consciousness in ways we could not conceive. Now, more than ever, we cannot omit religion.

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