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Wilma J. Brown-Foreman

Title: Teacher
Industry: Religion/Education
Type of Organization: Educational Service
Major Product/Service: Biblical education
Expertise: Ms. Brown-Foreman is a retired English teacher with almost 45 years experience in secondary education. Currently, she serves as a minister and educator. In this role, she is responsible for community service and works with children being raised by single parents. She is responsible for the curriculum of the institution and specializes in literature. She is an advocate for adding biblical education to public schools.
Geographic Area of Distribution: Virginia
Affiliations: Virginia Association of Teachers of English; Virginia State Council Inc.; Pentecostal Assemblies of the World; V.E.A.; N.E.A.; C.E.A.I.
University/Degree: B.A., English, Winston-Salem State University; M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction; M.Ed., Administration and Instruction; Averett University; Ed.S., Liberty University, 2012; Licensed Ordained Minister, Aenon Bible College of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1966
Born: January 12,1954, North Carolina
Spouse: Theodore M. Foreman, Sr.
Children: Cory L. Brown, Chana L. Montgomery
Work History: Previously, Ms. Brown-Foreman taught for the Surry County School Board from 1978 through 2007, the Sussex County School Board from 2007 through 2013, the New Bridge Christian Academy from 2013 through 2015, and the Brunswick County Public Schools from 2016 through 2019. She has served as a pastor with The Sanctuary of God Apostolic Church for 27 years.
Honors & Awards: Teacher of the Year, Surry County High School, 2003; Invited to the White House's first national faith based initiatives conference, June 2004; Recognized, Woman of the Month, P.O.W.E.R. Magazine
Published Works: Numerous articles
Career Accomplishments: Ms. Brown-Foreman is the founder and pastor of the Sanctuary of God Apostolic Church and Logion Bible Institute in Prince George, Virginia.