Minister Sheena D. Rolle, MDiv ’18, was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. As the daughter of a pastor and a union president, her faith has always merged with the idea of a just world.
Rolle holds bachelors degrees in political science and English from Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU), where she gained years of experience serving in campus and international ministry.
She has been consistently devoted to connecting with people on a state, local, national, and international level for more than 15 years as a community organizer, public speaker, activist, trainer, and minister.
Her ministerial call led her to Princeton Theological Seminary as a Master of Divinity student, where she earned her degree in 2018. As a local and global leader and learner, she has studied and traveled throughout Europe, Africa, South America, the Caribbean, and North America. Dedicated to more deeply studying God’s word and its connection to today’s world, Rolle is creating new and exciting ways to serve at the intersection of faith, healing, and justice.
Rolle is the founder and lead strategist of FHJ Strategies, a consulting firm that works with churches and nonprofit organizations that engage in social justice work. She blogs at www.BecomingRevRolle.com.