Albert D. Mosley currently serves as the 15th President of Gammon Theological Seminary, the United Methodist constituent member of the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta, GA. Since his arrival at Gammon in January of 2011, Dr. Mosley has provided the school with exceptional leadership. In addition to his leadership at Gammon/ITC, Dr. Mosley serves the larger church as a member of the University Senate of the United Methodist Church and the Commission for the Study of Ministry. He is a frequent speaker and lecturer in many of the denomination’s leading pulpits and institutions of higher learning. Dr. Mosley was born and raised in rural Mississippi. He has attended two United Methodist-related institutions (Millsaps College and Duke University), and has attended Yale University Divinity School and Fordham University. He is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Bishop’s Medal given by the Mississippi Conference of the United Methodist Church for meritorious service to church and society. Mosley is also the recipient of the William J. Griffith Distinguished University Service Award given by Duke University, and the Distinguished Preaching Award given by the Divinity School at Duke University.
Dr. Mosley is married to the former Dr. Syreeta McTavous, a native of Philadelphia,PA and a dentist by profession. Together, they have three children: Avery (14), Todd (13), and Addison (11).