At the root of every successful organization often is a great leader. Good leadership inspires, encouraging others and helping others go past their limits. Meet the founder of Healing Broken Vessels.
Reverend Diantha McLeod received her certificate as a Licensed Local Pastor in June 2015. She pastored Key United Methodist Church in Hartsville, Tennessee from June 2015 until June 2017. In June 2017, she was appointed to the Caney Fork River District in the Tennessee Annual Conference. Serving as the proud pastor of Burton’s and Wright Chapel and Kynett United Methodist Churches, her passion and is spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ and making Him known to the world.
Pastor Diantha attended Vanderbilt Divinity School and graduated with a Masters of Divinity in 2003. In 1994, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Theology from The American Baptist Theological Seminary College minoring in Social Science. She was employed by the General Board of Discipleship for 10 years as a System Administrator when she answered the call to ministry.
She is the Founder and Executive Director of Healing Broken Vessels, Inc., a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization that provides educational services for women that uplift, equip and empower women in Wilson County.
Pastor Diantha is married to Robert McLeod. She has two adult sons, Brad and Derrick and three grandchildren. She is a native of Nashville, Tennessee.