Rev. Delois Brown Daniels
A certified educator in the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, a board certified chaplain in the Association of Professional Chaplains, an ordained minister in the American Baptist Churches, author, preacher,workshop leader, wife and mother, Rev. Delois Brown Daniels served as a Vice-President within Advocate Health Care from 1994 to early 2017 when she retired. She currently serves on the ministry staff at First Baptist Church of Chicago where she serves as a worship leader and is also adjunct faculty at McCormick Theological Seminary where she teaches in the Doctorate of Pastoral Care and Counseling Program. She is presently the president of the Ministers Council of ABC Metro Chicago Ministers Council. Dr. Brown Daniels received her MDiv from Yale University and Doctorate from McCormick Seminary. Rev. Brown Daniels is the recepient of numerous awards including The Association of Clinical Pastoral Education Helen Flanders Dunbar Award, Yale University Outstanding Service to the Community Award. McCormick Seminary Outstanding Alumna Award. She is the author of several articles including a chapter on Suicide entitled "When Lfie Doesn't Seem Worth Living: The Role of Congregations in the Prevention of Suicide". She is the wife of Dr. David Daniels III, the Henry Luce Professor of Church History at McCormick Theological Seminary and the mother of two children DeAndrea Daniels Lamar and David Daniels IV.