Chaplain Terri Bolotin-Wilson
Terri Bolotin-Wilson serves at CMC-Mercy as the Spiritual Care Director and a CPE Supervisor certified by the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. She holds an M.Div from Candler School of Theology at Emory University and is pursuing an MS in Organizational Development. Her Capstone project is focused on the value of self-compassion and interventions enhancing compassion in the workplace.
Brother Joseph Guyon, CO
Joe Guyon has been a member of the Congregation of the Oratory since 1976. He is a registered nurse and is the Director of The Oratory Center for Spirituality.
Rev. Carol Hassell
Carol Hassell is the chaplain at Sharon Towers, a continuing care retirement community. She holds a Masters of Divinity from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. She is an ordained teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church USA and served 13 years in pastoral ministry. She completed spiritual direction education and training at the CSC in 2013. She served a co-director of the CSC until June 2014 and continues to serve as a spiritual director. Alongside chaplaincy, Carol has a spiritual direction practice, leads retreats, speaks at women’s group gatherings and fills pulpits.
Rev. Jane Mitchell
Jane Mitchell is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church, PC USA, and a board certified chaplain working in end-of-life care. She is employed by Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region as the chaplain for the Levine & Dickson Hospice House at Southminster.
Ms. Christine Pearson
Christine Pearson is co-leader of the Ignatian Spirituality Team of St. Peter Catholic Church. She graduated from the Charlotte Spirituality Center in 2012. Christine serves as a Spiritual Director and Companion in the ministry of the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius. She is employed as a graphic designer.
Sr. Rose Marie Tresp, RSM
Rose Marie Tresp, RSM, is the director of justice for the Sisters of Mercy, South Central Community. She served director of ethics for hospitals in Texas and Arkansas and in leadership for the Sisters of Mercy, Regional Community of St. Louis. She holds a Bachelor’s from Fontbonne College, a Masters in Religious Studies from Boston College, and completed graduate work in ethics and philosophy at Georgetown University. She is active in social justice work and has more than 20 years of experience serving on the boards of hospitals and nonprofit organizations.