Angie Ward

Get to know Angie Ward, one of our Gifted for Leadership editorial advisors.
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Angie Ward is Professor of Leadership, Education & Discipleship and Associate Dean at Capital Seminary & Graduate School. Angie is passionate about helping leaders and organizations realize their full potential. She has a unique ability to see how little details fit into the big picture, and the steps needed to move toward greater effectiveness. Angie is a Contributing Editor for Leadership and blogs at angie ward : intentional influence (www.angieward.net). She has a B.A. in Youth Ministry from Trinity International University, an M.A. in Educational Ministries & Administration from Denver Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Leadership from Southern Seminary. She loves running, cycling, basketball, bluegrass music, movies, comedy, kettle chips, homemaking and playing guitar. Angie and husband Dave, a pastor, live just outside Indianapolis with their two teenaged boys and one very spoiled beagle.

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January 05, 2007 at 5:01 PM

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