Kathy Manis Findley

Kathy Manis Findley

Kathy Manis Findley is an ordained Baptist minister with Greek Orthodox roots. Now retired in Macon, Georgia, she spent her 38-year ministry serving as a pastor, hospital chaplain, trauma counselor and missionary to Uganda. She is a graduate of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and is certified in victimology, trauma intervention and child forensic interviewing. In 2012, she received the FBI’s Community Leadership Award, presented in Washington, D.C., by then FBI Director Robert Mueller. She is the author of two serious books, Voices of our Sisters and The Survivor’s Voice: Healing the Invisible Wounds of Violence and Abuse, and just for fun, one Kindle novel.