Princeton University, Religion
Ahmad Greene-Hayes is a doctoral student in the Department of Religion at Princeton University, and an interdisciplinary scholar pursuing graduate certificates in African American Studies and Gender and Sexuality Studies. His research interests include Black religion(s), African American Pentecostalism, Holiness Movements, Gender and Sexuality in Black churches, and 19th-20th century African American religious history. He received a Bachelor of Arts in History and Africana Studies from Williams College. His project, “Children of Combahee,” which emerged out of JBC works to eradicate child sexual abuse in black church communities using research and pastoral methods. In addition, he is an essayist and his public commentary on issues of race, gender, sexuality, black politics and religion have appeared in Ebony, The Root, The Feminist Wire, the Huffington Post, Open Democracy and News One.