Dr. Elizabeth Conde-Frazier
Coordinator of Relations with Entities of Theological Education, AETH
In July of 2018, Dr. Conde-Frazier began her work in AETH as the and she is in charge of the creation and development of a network of Hispanic Bible Institutes. Before coming to AETH, she served as Vice-President of Education and Dean of Esperanza College. With three decades of experience in education, Dr. Conde-Frazier set the vision and strategic direction for Esperanza College, and provides leadership and management for the faculty and staff. Previously, she was a professor of religious education at the Claremont School of Theology and taught Hispanic theology at the Latin American Bible Institute in California.
She is the author of many publications in areas of multicultural education, Latin feminist theology, academic spirituality, and education for justice. Elizabeth was the first director of the Latin American Ministries Program Orlando E. Costas at Andover Newton Theological Seminary. She has developed leadership training programs for pastors, lay leaders and youth. She holds a Ph.D. in theology and religious education from Boston University, and a master's degree in Divinity from the Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary