Meet Rev. Ann
Rev. Ann Champion Shaw, a native of Orlando, Florida, is a fifth-generation preacher and the youngest daughter of the Late Mrs. Annie C. Champion and the Late Rev. Dr. George L. Champion, Sr. She received her B.A. Degree in English from Clark Atlanta University and her M.Div. with Honors from Emory University, Candler School of Theology, Atlanta, GA.
While residing in Atlanta, Rev. Ann’s ministerial experiences included: Director of Christian Education at Big Bethel A.M.E. Church, Mentor for the Youth Theological Initiative at Emory University, and Board Member/Facilitator for the Youth Hope Builders Academy at the Interdenominational Theological Center.
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“As our Asst. Pastor, Rev. Ann has a passion for empowering women to let their voices be heard. Through our Sis2Sis Ministry, she has attracted millennials to celebrate who they are in God. Excited, can’t wait to read her new memoir!”
- Nikki Steady Taylor, Bethel AME “The House” San Francisco, Church Operations Manager
“Rev. Ann is an incredible Soror who not only serves well on our Farwest Regional Chaplain Council but also our local chapter where she has blessed us with spiritual, impactful workshops. Looking forward to reading her new book!”
-Sadie V. Grice, President, San Francisco Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
"As a woman in ministry, Reverend Ann always delivers a message that is moving and manifests in the miraculous! Her new book, WORTH: A Story of Favor and Forgiveness, will demonstrate how God's incredible power influences her witness on any platform."
-Reverend Carolyn Baskin-Bell
Herstoriographer, Connectional AME Women in Ministry