Rev. Dr. Kenneth E. Lillard
Rev. Dr. Kenneth E. Lillard is an author, editor, minister, social media curator, and blogger.
A thought leader in the field of Faith and Social Media, Rev. Dr. Kenneth Lillard is the author of SOCIAL MEDIA and MINISTRY Sharing the Gospel in the Digital Age. He was interviewed in a New York Times article for his insights on the subject of faith and social media. Kenneth writes the ministry blog, Faith Based Media 2.0, where he explores the intersection of faith, social media, and technology.
A graduate of Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, Kenneth successfully completed the Graduate Program Excellence In Municipal Management at the School of Business and Public Management at George Washington University, Washington, D. C. Kenneth Lillard has had an extensive public service career, and has worked in the fields of workforce and economic development at the U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. In addition, he has served as a Program Administrator, and the Dislocated Workers Program Director for the District of Columbia, Department of Employment Services, Washington, D.C.
Rev. Dr. Lillard was awarded the Doctor of Divinity degree from Emmanuel Baptist University, Shelby, North Carolina in 2009.
THE LILLARD PROJECT is Kenneth's latest project connecting individuals and families with the surname LILLARD, with a special emphasis on African American individuals and families.
Excited to attend the Grand Opening Weekend Ceremonies of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall, Washington, D. C. About to record a live video message at the 'Facebook Live' booth. #MakingHistory #NMAAHC #APeoplesJourney