ABOUT

PASTOR QUENTIN

QUENTIN MUMPHERY

Pastor | Consultant | Strategist | Author

A native of Chicago’s south side, Pastor Mumphery is the Founder and Senior Pastor of New Hope Covenant Church – a church plant on the southeast side of Chicago. In addition to his pastoral role, Pastor Mumphery has a passion for training, equipping and educating emerging leaders – having developed workshops and training curriculum, for hundreds of leaders over the last decade.

 

Pastor Mumphery is adjunct instructor for North Park University, and has nearly two decades of experience working in the field of education – having held leadership positions with the Chicago Public School, Camelot Education, and North Park University. He has also previously developed college-readiness programming with a 100% acceptance rate for students into four-year colleges and universities. 

 

Pastor Mumphery a graduate of Whitney M. Young Magnet H.S and the University of Illinois at Chicago. He also received his Master’s degree from North Park Theological Seminary. His passion for leadership, justice, education, and civic engagement has also led him to serve in a volunteer capacity with numerous civil rights and non-profit organizations, such as Rainbow PUSH, the Chicago Urban League, and numerous others. 

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PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

EXPERIENCE | EXPERTISE

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CAMELOT EDUCATION

VICE PRESIDENT,

Strategy & Community Engagement 

  • Serve as part of national Business Development Team, identifying opportunities for partnership

  • Assess potential new territories, develop engagement strategy

  • Present Company model at conferences, workshops, community meetings and various settings for external stakeholders

  • Previously oversaw community engagement efforts for Chicago region

  • Serve as liaison for Camelot with community leaders, churches/faith-based institutions, elected officials

  • Facilitated expansion and addition of four new campuses

  • Collaborated with architects and contractors to develop facility plans and timelines

  •  Planned national college tours

  • Developed post-secondary strategies

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NEW HOPE COVENANT CHURCH

SENIOR PASTOR, 

Church Planter

  • Provide visionary leadership to church and broader community

  • Develop budget and raise funds for start-up of church

  • Provide leadership and supervision to church staff

  • Provide pastoral care and counseling to members, officiate weddings and funerals

  • Develop sermonic series, facilitate and preach weekly services

  • Collaborate with other churches to conduct community outreach efforts

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NEW LIFE COVENANT CHURCH

ASSOCIATE PASTOR,

Director of Family Life Ministries 

  • Assist Senior Pastor with shepherding, counseling, visitations, funerals, teaching/preaching

  • Administer ordinances of the church, officiate baptismal services

  • Provide visionary leadership, leadership development and general management oversight to over 13 departments, 30 Ministry Leaders, and over one hundred volunteers - focused on the spiritual formation of more than 12,000 church members and families.

  • Departments supervised include Men’s Ministry, Women’s Ministry, Single’s & Married Couples, Children & Youth, among others

  • Oversee an annual budget to support ministry activities and programs   

  • Serve as first responder to any problems arising from the department, bringing issues to the Senior Pastor for resolution only as needed/required 

  • Oversee training and credentialing process for over 60 ministers and ministers-in-training 

  • Supervise two-year training process for all ministers-in-training 

  • Develop year-long ministerial training curriculum , teach ministerial training classes

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CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

DIRECTOR,

Community Actions Council

  • Develop city-wide community engagement strategy for under-served, impoverished communities through the implementation of Community Action Councils

  • Oversee assessment & identification of focus communities for targeted initiative – including data review and community mapping

  • Devise framework and oversee implementation of Community Action Councils

  • Oversee recruitment of stakeholders to participate in councils

  • Conduct informational sessions and organizational meetings for Community Action Councils

  • Supervise Community Engagement Staff, plan & conduct staff meetings

  • Work with internal and external entities to implement improvement strategies

  • Maintain open lines of communication with community stakeholders

  • Plan Community forums and Community Dialogues

  • Engage with local elected officials, as well as businesses and philanthropic leaders

  • Develop partnerships between local churches, community organizations and the school district

  • Act as Liaison with Police Department, Elected Officials, other city agencies

  • Host Clergy Breakfasts with pastors to foster open communication and dialogue