Alfreda Anderson is an ordained Elder and serves as Pastor of Open Door Fellowship, a non-denominational Christian Church located in Randallstown, Maryland. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Phoenix University and is currently a second year master of divinity student at Regent University, Chesapeake, Virginia, with a degree concentration in Practical Theology and Chaplaincy. She has been trained in Spiritual Direction and has served in ministry for many years supporting senior pastors and providing spiritual counseling and support to families in the ministry. This is her first unit of CPE.
Patricia Krauss is a Buddhist practioner in the Tibetan tradition and a member of the Rigpa international sangha. She is currently training as a facilitator with the Rigpa U.S. Spiritual Care team in Contemplative End-of-Life Care, and is a vigil volunteer with The Hospice of the Chesapeake at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Patty earned a bachelor of arts degree in dance at Point Park College in Pennsylvania, and a master of science in special education from Johns Hopkins University. She has enjoyed a long career as a performing artist, and this is her first unit of CPE.
Rabbi Daniel Rosenfelt is with Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chaim in Pikesville, Maryland. He received a bachelors degree in Talmudic Law from Ner Israel Rabbinical College, and earned the master of arts degree in spiritual and pastoral care at the Loyola University Maryland. Before enrolling in CPE, Daniel fulfilled a graduate internship through Greater Baltimore Medical Center's Spiritual Support Services.
Rev. Emmanuel Tabi Mensah was ordained as a priest for the Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi, Ghana, in 1992. He attended St. Peter's Regional Major Seminary at Cape Coast, Ghana, for a degree in philosophy and Theology from 1986-1992. He is currently a final year graduate student at Morgan State University in Baltimore, and will complete a master of arts degree in city and regional planning. Fr. Emmanuel is engaged in his second unit of CPE and also works parttime for the Johns Hopkins Hospital Catholic Office.