Keron R. Sadler, a native of Nashville, Tennessee, earned her Bachelor of Arts in Religion/Theology from the American Baptist Theological College, while simultaneously pursuing studies in the MBA program at Tennessee State University. She is a graduate of Hood Theological Seminary (Salisbury, NC) with a Masters in Divinity. For three years, she matriculated at Pfeiffer University pursuing a second masters in Marriage & Family Therapy. During Keron’s internship at the Pfeiffer Institute, she provided intensive relational therapy to individuals, couples and families. While living in North Carolina, she served as a Chaplain at one of the nation’s leading trauma hospitals, where she provided support and counsel serving the unequivocal needs of grieving individuals and families. Recently, she earned a certificate from Cornell University, which qualifies her to train organizations on Diversity & Inclusion.
An accomplished, dynamic speaker, author and advocate; “Lady Keron,” as she is affectionately known, has presented to a diverse group of audiences, capitalizing on her personal experiences and passion to connect with them, all the while exemplifying excellence; realizing that ladies are born and not made, she personifies poise and grace. Upon engaging with Keron, the high esteem with which she holds herself and those with whom she interacts immediately becomes evident and reflects her values. Inspiring others, her audiences often find themselves in a position of self-reflection, moving beyond the boundaries of contentment to a place of indisputable purpose. Keron a champion, extends to her audiences the tools necessary to progress to the next step, leaving them empowered and encouraged.
An extension of her corporate experience, Keron exercises her administrative and leadership gifts through collaborative creations nationwide. Having worked in Corporate-America for thirty years, she is a recognized leader adept in organizational, oral and written communications. For almost a decade, she has been a pioneer for the oldest civil rights, grassroots organization fighting for equal rights and focusing on eliminating disparities. In addition to her current fulltime role, Keron also serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the Maryland LGBT Chamber of Commerce. A hallmark of her transcendent passion is an unceasing commitment to fulfilling her divine purpose by meeting the varying needs of the community-at-large, irrespective of denomination/faith, race, sexual/gender identity, or class.
Throughout her journey of life, she has served in a variety of capacities to empower and touch the lives of many who are struggling with identity and or self-esteem issues, depression, suicide, HIV/AIDS, and other life altering issues. She breaks one’s silence of facing real life dynamics by utilizing her psychotherapy clinical training, biblical yet practical principles, and her personal experiences, challenges and victories, all which have led her to a place of profound, purposeful peace.
Keron is a co-author of the Daily Dose of Direction Devotional for Women in Business. She serves in the United States Army Reserve as a 1st Lieutenant Chaplain. In addition, Keron is an ordained Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion church and serves as a member of the Hope Springs Executive Board in Baltimore, Maryland. She is the proud mother of one son, Parris James Clark IV.