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Rev. Linda Seatts-Ogletree is thankful to still be here surviving Breast Cancer twice!
She is also CEO and President of Release and Refresh Women’s Empowerment Series, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the Emotional and Spiritual health of Women and Girls. of Color.
Life is filled with twists & turns! When God spoke to Rev. Linda in September 2018, "Music," she responded, "What?" It was in the late 70's & 80's that she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a singing/writing career, but it wasn't time. Full Circle. She never stopped singing in Church, at weddings, funerals & guest soloist at different events, but God said it's time for her to launch her music ministry! So, she reflected and resolved God knows best and she was obedient to His instruction. Who knew that her second Single, "I'm Gonna Win," would take off in the U.K., becoming #1 and has continuously streamed in the U.S., Brazil, France, Portugal, Germany, Dubai & 6 other countries! But God!
She is a gifted songwriter and singer. Her Contemporary Crossover Gospel music will inspire, encourage and motivate you! Nothing is impossible for God! Her music is infused with R&B/Hip-Hop which offers a nice beat for dancing! Click here for more info.
Prior to her "Music Ministry," Rev. Seatts-Ogletree has walked in her ministry call for over twenty years. She served as adjunct faculty at Wayne State University (WSU) where she taught a required graduate course, “Human Diversity and Conflict." She also teaches at Ashland Theological Seminary.
During her tenure at Wayne State University, she led the Office of International Students and Scholars for 15 years, where she was responsible for over 4,000 international students and 600 non-immigrant faculty and top researchers. She is a cultural diversity expert who has not only advised and counseled men and women from over 100 countries and several continents but has trained management and employees for companies and organizations such as GM/Delphi, IRS, UAW, Associated General Contractors, Army Corp. of Engineers and more.
She left Wayne State University after 20 years of administrative and leadership positions, to pursue full-time ministry. With over twenty-five years of leadership, teaching, and counseling experience, Rev. Seatts-Ogletree is a “marketplace” minister reaching people across the globe.
A human and civil rights advocate, Rev. Seatts-Ogletree continues to support and participate in various social justice and political movements. She is passionate about social justice and spirituality which is indicative of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Rev. Seatts-Ogletree is a gifted and passionate writer of three books: the international best-selling book, 1) Did I Say That? How to Communicate in Everyday Life; 2) The Truth about the Superior Lie: A Book to Resurrect the Lives of African-Americans Crucified by the Lie! and 3) My New Life: A Handbook for Born-again Believers.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration/Marketing from The Union Institute, Los Angeles, CA; a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry from Ashland Theological Seminary and a Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She is a member of ASCAP; Stellar Awards Gospel Music Academy (SAGMA); the NAACP; National Council of Negro Women, Inc.; Color of Change and March for our Lives.
Rev. Seatts-Ogletree has preached around the globe a message of hope. She was honored to travel throughout Southeast Asia, Europe, and Africa where she traveled with Liberian President Ellen Sirleaf-Johnson. She is married to her soul mate, Richard, and enjoys spending time with their family and friends!
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