We asked CAB members what contributed to a sense of “neighborhood” during their time at Candler. The top three answers?

  • Worship

  • Contextual Education/Supervised Ministry

  • Supportive Faculty

Think of them as the block captains of Candler’s “alumni neighborhood,” 7,500+ neighbors strong and growing every year. The Candler Alumni Board works with Candler’s administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni to assist in the school’s strategic efforts in the areas of development, recruitment, lifelong learning, student programming, and leadership formation. With gifts of time, talent, and treasure, they prayerfully and financially support Candler’s mission to educate faithful and creative leaders for the church’s ministries in the world.

Jeremy Pridgeon 02T, Chair
Pensacola, Florida

Susan Allen Grady 01T
Atlanta, Georgia

Jimmy R. Asbell Jr. 91T
Warner Robins, Georgia

Bill Brunson 96T
Birmingham, Alabama

Carol Cavin-Dillon 96T
Nashville, Tennessee

John L. Cromartie Jr. 64C 88T
Gainesville, Georgia

Telley Gadson 99T
Sumter, South Carolina

Sue Haupert-Johnson 95T
Ocala, Florida

Jack Hinnen 06T
Birmingham, Alabama

Toni Belin Ingram 04T 07T
Atlanta, Georgia

Cathy Jamieson-Ogg 89T
Blythewood, South Carolina

Guhyun Kwon 06T
Incheon, South Korea

Cassandra Young Marcus 93T
Marietta, Georgia

Darren McClellan 01T
Pensacola, Florida

Olivia Poole 09T
Prattville, Alabama

Matt Prickett 01T
Savannah, Georgia

Andy Ray 75T
Senatobia, Mississippi

Allan Sandlin 89T
Atlanta, Georgia

Ann Self 01T
Cullowhee, North Carolina

Dee Shelnutt 78T 97T
Johns Creek, Georgia

John Simmons 96T
Atlanta, Georgia

Patti Snyder 88T
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Wayne Wiatt 82T, 88T
Orlando, Florida