What We Are All


Our History


UNDIVIDED formally began its work in 2016. While our personal stories vary, the thread that ties us together is a collective of people who have roots in the American Evangelical church and are troubled by the racial harm and injustices we see today.

Together, we saw the gap in book studies and DEI trainings that have limited lasting impact and often cause harm. With our diverse, collective expertise, our team has built experiential programming designed to take businesses, organizations, and churches from isolation into community and from inertia to action. The experiences bring people together to learn from each other with honesty, integrity, and vulnerability, moving them toward awareness, through agitation, and into action.

We believe in a world where all people flourish, and human dignity is a gift we all enjoy. We’re creative and forward-thinking while remaining rooted in the spiritual heritage of hopeful historical movements for freedom and justice. So let’s do more than listen and learn. Let’s invite communities to repair racial harm, heal racial trauma, and realize racial equity.

Our People

Executive Team

Chuck Mingo
Chief Executive Officer

Chuck is the founder of UNDIVIDED. Through his passion for justice and racial reconciliation, Chuck transformed a congregational training into a national movement. Chuck’s leadership has inspired and mobilized thousands from diverse backgrounds around the nation.

Chuck teaches and consults for churches and organizations around the country on a variety of topics related to race relations and racial justice.

Chuck also serves as a teaching pastor at one of the largest churches in America, Crossroads Church. Prior to being a pastor, Chuck spent nine years in the corporate world at Procter & Gamble. He earned his Bachelors in Business Administration at Duquesne University.

Chuck and his wife are busy raising three children and call Cincinnati, OH home.

Troy Jackson
Chief Strategies Officer

Community organizer, pastor, leader and writer, Troy Jackson, has been with UNDIVIDED since its founding. He is a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary and earned his PH.D in U.S. history from the University of Kentucky.

Troy’s book Becoming King: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Making of a National Leader (The University Press of Kentucky, 2008) explores the critical role the grassroots Montgomery Movement played in the development of Dr. King. His other publications include his work as an editor on The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. Volume VI:Advocate of the Social Gospel (September 1948-March 1963) (University of California Press, 2007). With their children grown, Troy and his wife moved to a cabin outside of Cincinnati, OH with their two dogs, Pip and Pico.

Brittany Wade
Chief Operating Officer

In addition to leading Operations for UNDIVIDED, Brittany is the Founder of Wildfire Research. She is passionate about helping people and organizations find their story and next steps at the intersections of purpose, identity, and inclusion. She brings a variety of leadership experience and expertise to organizations around the US.

Brittany honed her variety of skills through her background in commercial market research, including seven years with Nielsen, combined with being a research director with one of the country’s largest churches. Brittany has a degree in Business Administration, and an MBA from Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University. Brittany resides in Cincinnati, OH and loves triathlons, legos, and sewing.

Courtney Walton
Chief Learning Officer

Courtney is the Chief Learning Officer at UNDIVIDED. She has worked in the non-profit ministry sector for over 14 years. She is a certified Trauma Competent Care trainer and conference speaker.
Dr. Walton received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Elon University, her master’s degree in Women and Gender Studies at the University of Cincinnati and her doctorate in Educational Leadership at Northern Kentucky University where she focused her research on examining anticipatory and acculturative stress in Black female leaders and understanding how to mitigate the impact of racialized trauma and racial battle fatigue.

Courtney lives in Cincinnati, OH. She is a proud aunt, daughter, sister and friend.


Heather Bowman
Chief of Staff
Elizabeth Cronlund
Partnership Development Manager
Vincent Lam
Training Program Manager
Natalie Lundstrom
Communications Strategist + Curator
Caroline Max
Development Manager
Emily Morgan
Partnership Development Associate
Jen Osborn
Operations Associate
Rachel Warden
Training Program Manager
Emily Morgan
Partnership Development Associate
Our Core Values

We are wholehearted followers of Jesus who are grounded in self-giving love, guided by Scripture, committed to spiritual formation, led by the Spirit, and passionate about the Church.


We stand firmly in our convictions and lean humbly into our concessions.


We cultivate joy in our work so that our souls thrive.


We commit to learning in relationship and investing in people for racial healing.


We serve our team and submit to this mission with purpose.

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