Rev. Tana Roseboro-Marsh is a master educator whose specialties are Students with Disabilities and Reading Instruction. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and a Master of Art in Teaching, both from Salem College in Winston-Salem, NC. She received her Master of Divinity degree from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA, in May 2018. Currently, she is working on her Ph.D. in religion and philosophy with a concentration in Women’s Spirituality.
She accepted her call to ministry in 2007, was licensed May 2014, and ordained May 2018 by Rivers of Living Water New York UCC. Tana continues to serve as a member and minister at Rivers, holds dual membership with City of Refuge UCC, and has standing in The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries, and also has standing in the Disciples of Christ (Christian Church).
Rev. Tana continues to be intentionally active in working on issues concerning the LGBTQIA community and disadvantaged youth. She volunteers as an assistant to parents of special needs students in the public school system, coaching them to advocate for their children. Her passion is doing work in the area of Spirituality and Women of Southern African American descent in her new ministry, Healing the WOMBman. Rev. Tana is married to Rev. Dr. Katrina Roseboro Marsh and is the dog mom of Xola Darling.
Academic CredentialsBachelor of Arts in CommunicationsMaster of Arts in Teaching