Bias. Prejudice. Discrimination. All words that, at times, can evoke discomfort. Pamela Campbell’s talk on Tuesday morning of the Summit focused on Developing Cross-Cultural Agility. In her presentation, she defined these often misused words and how they alter our ability to engage others.
Watch the video to learn more about how our biases can greatly influence our comfort and ability to engage ethnically diverse people groups.
About Pamela Campbell
Pam serves as a lead court advocate for a Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Advocacy Program (TESSA) and as an Intercultural Competencies Trainer with The Navigators National Leadership Team.
During their more than 15 years of ministry with the Navigators, Pam and husband, Marvin, have invested their lives in cultivating a multi-cultural network of believers from diverse backgrounds, committed to knowing Christ and making Him known throughout their relational networks in both urban and suburban settings; equipping them to effectively live and proclaim the message of Christ to diverse people groups.
As part of their Navigators ministry, for several years in the mid-2000s Pam and Marvin provided discipleship ministry leadership for First Christian Church at Brockhall, a Restoration Movement congregation in Upper Marlboro, MD.