Keron R. Sadler
Chief Executive Officer
The Maryland LGBT Chamber of Commerce
Keron R. Sadler, a native of Nashville, Tennessee, earned her Bachelor of Arts in Religion/Theology from the American Baptist Theological College, while simultaneously pursuing studies in the MBA program at Tennessee State University. She is a graduate of Hood Theological Seminary (Salisbury, NC) with a Masters in Divinity. For three years, she matriculated at Pfeiffer University pursuing a second masters in Marriage & Family Therapy. While living in North Carolina, she served as a Chaplain at one of the nation’s leading trauma hospitals. Recently, she earned a certificate from Cornell University, which qualifies her to train organizations on Diversity & Inclusion.
An extension of her corporate experience, Keron exercises her administrative and leadership gifts through collaborative creations nationwide. Having worked in Corporate-America for thirty years, she is a recognized leader adept in organizational, oral and written communications. Keron serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the Maryland LGBT Chamber of Commerce. A hallmark of her transcendent passion is an unceasing commitment to fulfilling her divine purpose by meeting the varying needs of the community-at-large, irrespective of denomination/faith, race, sexual/gender identity, or class.
Keron is a co-author of the Daily Dose of Direction Devotional for Women in Business. She serves in the United States Army Reserve as a 1st Lieutenant Chaplain. In addition, Keron is an ordained Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion church and serves as a member of the Hope Springs Executive Board in Baltimore, Maryland. She is the proud mother of one son, Parris James Clark IV.
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