Rev. Dr. Isaac Mwase, a multi-disciplinary and versatile educator, public health specialist, and innovative leader, with graduate degrees in philosophy of religion and theology, business management, and public health. He is currently teaching philosophy and religion courses for the University of Phoenix, serving a Coach/Mentor for students at Montgomery College, teaching 8th-grade Math as a long-term Substitute Teacher for a teacher on maternity leave, and recently served as an Associate Pastor of a 1600-member church in Columbia (2010-2014). He was a Cancer Prevention Fellow with the National Cancer Institute at the National Institute of Health (2008-2010) and an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Bioethics and a Bioethics Core Investigator for the NCI-funded research collaboration involving Tuskegee University, the University of Alabama Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the Morehouse School of Medicine (2004-2008). He was an Assistant and then Associate Professor of Philosophy at Ouachita Baptist University (1994-2004), concurrently teaching a Medical Ethics course at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He has published with, among others, the Oxford University Press, Acton Press, Cambridge University Press, Kent State University Press, University Press of America, American Nurses Association, Hastings Center Report, the Journal of Religion and Health, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, and African American Perspectives, Northeast Arkansas. Dr. Mwase is an internationally respected educator and leader with a reputation for improving organizational effectiveness wherever he has served.