Hampton to Lead Community Outreach

Hope Hampton has joined Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) as Director of Community Relations.  

Hampton brings to CTS nearly three decades of experience in program development and administration within the educational, corporate and non-profit communities. She returns to Indianapolis from New York City where she served on the board of trustees for the Brooklyn Children’s Museum and helped found a Brooklyn Charter School

An advocate for community service and leadership, Hampton  serves as a board member of Christel House Academy and on the advisory board of Stand For Children Indianapolis.

“We are delighted to engage Hope’s rich background in education and administration as we reach out to diverse audiences in Indiana and throughout the nation. Her communications skills and experience implementing programs that meet the needs of varied audiences will be an asset to CTS,” said CTS President Matthew Myer Boulton.

As Director of Community Relations, Hampton will oversee CTS’s outreach efforts within the faith and education communities nationwide, in addition to campus-level programs on CTS’s Indianapolis campus.

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