Dr. Teri Elliott-Hart is the Assistant Professor of Training and Mentoring. She holds a PhD in Practical Theology from Boston College, a MEd in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard University, and a BA in Education Studies from Brown University.
Elliott-Hart has served as the director of Leadership and Mentored Ministry Initiatives at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary and has taught at several institutions including Boston Trinity Academy, Gordon Conwell, Harvard Divinity School, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, and Azusa Pacific University School of Education and Behavioral Studies. In addition, she has served as the director of the Trinity Institute for Leadership and Social Justice, the department chair of Biblical Studies, and the remote learning coordinator at Boston Trinity Academy.
Elliott-Hart loves being a student and being a teacher and considers a posture of life-long learning to be essential for whole life discipleship. Research interests include educating for racial righteousness, consumer culture and the contemporary church, and youth leadership development in multi-cultural contexts.