Jamye Wooten

A faith-rooted organizer, digital strategist, and founder of

A faith-rooted organizer, digital strategist, and 2016 New Maryland Economy Fellow with the Institute for Policy Studies

Jamye is the founder of and publishing editor of, an information ministry that integrates theological reflection and practice, and uses dialogue as a catalyst for social change.

Jamye had been on the forefront of Black Church Activism in the Digital Era and has been invited consecutively to SXSW, the world’s largest interactive festival. In the Fall of 2015, he launched the #BlackChurchSyllabus, providing resources that help cultivate a deeper theological framework to pursue justice. In April 2015, Jamye co-founded Baltimore United for Change, a coalition of grassroots organizations in Baltimore City that organized in response to the death of #FreddieGray. In January 2016 he launched, a monthly gathering in Baltimore that explores the intersection between faith and public life.

Jamye has organized and documented social movements from across the United States, United Kingdom and Africa. He is the former program director of the Collective Banking Group, Inc. (CBG), a Christian ministry that draws together leaders from the faith, business, and public service sectors to develop and enhance economic empowerment strategies for the African American community.

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