Skip to main content

Who will be LGBTQ Nation’s Up & Coming Politician of the Year?

Kimberly Jackson '06
Rev. Kimberly S. Jackson. Photo/Forum for Theological Exploration

Furman University history alumna Kimberly Jackson ’06 has been nominated by LGBTQ Nation as an “Up and Coming Politician of the Year.” Rev. Jackson is seeking a bid to become Georgia’s first LGBTQ state senator. She currently serves as interim vicar of the Episcopal Church of the Common Ground, a street ministry in Atlanta. A graduate of Emory School of Theology, she is the first out person of color to be ordained as a priest in the 100-year history of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Katie Kelly

Education department blogs land on list of most read in 2020

Associate Professor Katie Kelly and adjunct instructor Marie Havran M'12 pen pieces that were among the International Literacy Association's The Top 10 Most Read Literacy Now Blog Posts of 2020.

shaniece criss, asian americans and COVID-19

Studying the health implications of racist tweets

Health sciences researcher Shaniece Criss taps into social media to understand the impact of racist comments and attitudes.

Class of 2020 Millennium Fellows graduate

Fourteen Furman students from diverse backgrounds and majors graduate in the class of 2020.

men and women on Capitol platform, inauguration rehearsal

TSgt. Stacey Holliday scores vice-presidential gig

TSgt. Holliday served an important role as a stand-in for Vice President Kamala Harris in Inauguration Day's rehearsal.