Grammy Award nominee, Pastor Kim Burrell, will be on the board for Symphony Seven (S7) School of the Arts and Technology for the upcoming academic year.
Pastor Burrell has been featured on various television shows; performed all around the country; and shared stages with gospel artists such as Shirley Caesar, Albertina Walker, Donnie McClurkin, Karen Clark-Sheard, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin and Marvin Winans.
Currently, Burrell serves as the vocal consultant for B.E.T.’s Sunday Best and is the pastor of Love & Liberty Fellowship Church in Houston, Texas.
S7′s board will serve as ambassadors for Symphony Seven, granting unbiased development oversight, budgetary prioritization, and management efficiency.
“Board members will cultivate program expansion opportunities, as well as, provide expertise, in specified areas, to better ensure the organizations continual progression,” said Elder Lamar Simmons, Pastor of Love and Faith Community Church. “We are honored to have Pastor Burrell on the board and look forward to the insight that she will provide.”
S7 is a school that is under the leadership of an affiliate of the Love and Faith Community Church. It will open its doors on August 13, 2012. For more information, contact the school via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone at 850-878-1752, or visit them online at www.symphonyseven.org.
Additional board members include Patrice Minor Floyd, Founder and Artistic Director of Javacya Arts Conservatory; Dr. Rosalie Hill, Director of the Tallahassee Girl’s Choir of CHOICE; Attorney C. Sha’Ron James, Division Director of the Division of Rehabilitation and Liquidation for the Florida Department of Financial Services; Dr. Albert R. Lee, Classical Vocalist; Tiffani McDonald, Teacher and Professional Development Site Coordinator at William J. Conley Elementary School; and Elder Lamar Simmons, Senior Pastor of Love & Faith Community Church.
article courtesy of TheBelleReport.com