Jerri Mitchell-Lee

Jerri Mitchell-Lee, a woman smiling with a shaved head, earrings, wearing a reverend's collar and a red ribbon on her chest.
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Interview Date(s):Wednesday, March 9, 2016
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Reverend Jerri Mitchell-Lee is a native of Brooklyn, New York. As the daughter of a Career Army Officer she has lived all across the United States and has been a long time resident of New Jersey. Reverend Lee has a passion for serving and continues to do so as a health educator, mental health counselor, and workshop trainer within and outside of Unity Fellowship Church Movement. She received her education at Sterling College, University of Kansas, Rutgers, University of Medicine and Dentistry, Newark, N.J., Howard School of Theology (Sat. Program) and Newark School of Theology. Reverend Lee is in her third year of the study of the Hebrew language, and is an accomplished author and business woman.

Reverend Lee adopted 3 children who are adults now and is the grandmother of 5, 2 of who were born in the UFC Movement. She encourages those with loving hearts and homes to adopt. She loves sports, is still a new bride and is always looking for ways to minister that “are out of the box” Favorite quote: What is our deepest fear? Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, but that we are powerful beyond measure.”