Sheridan Todd Yeary
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Sheridan Todd Yeary is the senior pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church (DMCC) in Baltimore, Maryland, and serves as the chief executive officer of DMCC’s two community development corporations: Camp Farthest Out, Inc. and Douglas Village, Inc. Yeary also holds an adjunct faculty appointment in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs, teaching courses that explore faith and public policy and the legal construction of race. Yeary is the former associate director of the Center for Black Studies at Northern Illinois University. Yeary is often provides commentary, public testimony, and insight on a variety of public policy and leadership concerns, and he has presented in a variety of forums. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in management from National-Louis University, his M.Div. from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminar, as well as both a graduate certificate in African studies and a Ph.D. in religion in society from Northwestern University.