Every year, Advancing the Vision inspires people around our city to love their neighbors. We’re excited for a powerful message from minister, consultant, and community development practitioner, Rev. Dr. M. Keith Daniel. We look forward to testimonials from participants, artistic expressions of love for our community, and enriching fellowship with neighbors.
Rev. Dr. M. Keith Daniel, owner of Madison Consulting Group, LLC. (MCG) and Co-founder/Managing Director for Resilient Ventures, LLC. Resilient launched in 2019, invests in African American entrepreneurs. Resilient Fund I closed at $3.425M. The firm has invested $2.1M in 11 companies. MCG is devoted to community flourishing through consulting that leads to transforming outcomes for individuals and institutions striving for the greatest common good.
Daniel served in Executive Director roles for StepUp NC and DurhamCares, Inc. He is the Board Chair for The School for Conversion and serves on the boards of Justice Matters, Duke Health Chaplain Services and Education, and Duke University Chapel. Dr. Daniel has over 3 decades of management and servant-leadership in the public sector, higher education administration including graduate (MBA and Divinity) and undergraduate student affairs, human resources, and religious life. He served as the Director of the PathWays Program and Director of Community and Campus Engagement at Duke Chapel. Daniel is an ordained clergy member in the American Baptist Church tradition. He is an Instructor/Special Projects at Duke Divinity School leading spiritual formation and assistant teaching in the Black Church Studies curriculum on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Howard Thurman.
He earned a B.A. in Comparative Area Studies, Duke University; the Master of Higher Education, North Carolina State University; Master of Divinity and Doctor of Divinity, Duke University. Keith and wife Lorna are natives of Washington, DC. They are the proud parents of Madison Daniel II, Duke Divinity (M.Div.)/Sanford School (MPP, 2025) and Loren Daniel, Meredith College (IOS, 2024).
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