National Christian leader to speak at Selma University Founder’s Day
Published 8:08 am Monday, April 18, 2022
One of the nation’s top Christian leaders will be the keynote speaker at Selma University Founders Day Convocation on Tuesday morning.
Dr. Boise Kimber, Executive Secretary for the National Baptist Convention USA, will give the convocation address at Selma University’s 144th Founder’s Day Convocation at 11 a.m. at the Jemison-Owens Auditorium.
A well-known pastor, entrepreneur, and servant leader, Kimber will also present Selma University with a gift during the program.
“Selma University, not unlike other historically Black Colleges and Universities, was founded on the belief that everyone deserves access to higher education, ‘’ Kimber said.
“But Selma is unique, because of its biblical focus and mission to train leaders in Christian theology. Considering the prominent and historical role that the Black Church has within the African American experience, I am honored to sow this gift to help the college to further its mission.”
Selma University President Stanford Angion said the school appreciates Kimber presenting a gift.
“We’re very grateful for donors like Dr. Boise Kimber, this gift will help us further our mission to prepare servant leaders both home and abroad,” Angion said.