A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Nashotah House, Bishop Whitmore is the former bishop of the Diocese of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and has served congregations in Wisconsin, Missouri and Kansas; he is also a retired Army chaplain. He currently serves on the The Episcopal Church's Standing Committee on Program, Budget and Finance and is president of Affirming Anglican Catholicism. He teaches History and Polity of the Episcopal Church and serves as director of the Episcopal Studies Program.
The Rev. Mandy Brady is Episcopal Chaplain to Emory University. At Candler, she co-teaches the Episcopal Contextual Education seminar; she also coordinates the Episcopal Campus Ministry at Emory and serves as a pastor to the university's students and faculty. She is a graduate of The College of William and Mary and The General Theological Seminary, and has served several parishes in Georgia and Illinois.
Dr. Hackett directed the Episcopal Studies program at Candler for over thirty years, and he returns to teach the very popular course "History and Theology of the Eucharist." A graduate of Brown University, Berkeley Divinity School, and Emory University, his books include Women of the Word (Susan Hunter Publications, 1985), The Lord Be With You: A Handbook for Presiding in Christian Worship (with Don Saliers, OSL Publications, 1990), and Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary (with Gail O'Day, Abingdon, 2007).
Dr. Timothy P. Jackson is Professor of Christian Ethics
Dr. Walter J. Lowe is Professor of Systematic Theology, Emeritus
Dr. Joy Ann McDougall is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
Dr. Carol A. Newsom is Charles Howard Candler Professor of Old Testament
Dr. David S. Pacini is Professor of Historical Theology