BIOGRAPHY

Jennifer Eichelberger—Licensed Evangelist and Ordained Prophet

As a consequence of her divine journey, Rev. Jennifer Eichelberger founded and presides over Jennifer Eichelberger Ministries to fulfill her mission of directing others toward experiencing the empowerment and potential to realize their full spiritual enlightenment. Her unprecedented methodology impels you to find and listen to your inner voice as it illuminates your path of discovering your innate Christian purpose. 

Rev. Jennifer has an extensive background in Christian radio and television programming, appearing, producing and hosting shows focused on women in ministry such as "Essence of Grace." She also produced and co-hosted "Sound Doctrine," a radio program featuring Christian artists and writers. She is the former producer of WATC TV-57's "Atlanta Live" flagship show. 

Rev. Jennifer is the recipient of numerous honors and awards. She has also been awarded several Honorary Doctorate degrees. 

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Jennifer Eichelberger

Rev. Jennifer studied Business Education at Marshall and Public Relations at George Washington University. She is also a graduate of Jericho Christian Training College (JCTC) and Vision Alliance. In 2019 she completed and received a Certificate of Program Completion in Paralegal Studies from the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education. She holds a masters in Christian Discipleship and Doctor of Divinity. 

Her professional affiliations include Kingdomwood Women in Films (KWIF), Women in Film and Television of Atlanta (WIFTA), Black Women Film Network, Women of Power, and Georgia Christian Business Network. Jennifer is the Immediate Past President of the National Council of Negro Women Gwinnett Section and served as State of Georgia NCNW Chaplain 2019-2021; she has recently been inducted to the Top Ladies of Distinction (TLOD), North Atlanta Chapter. 

Rev. Jennifer, a West Virginia native and an authentic coal miner's daughter, resides in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA with her husband Dr. Herbert L. Eichelberger. They are both active members of First Congregational Church of Atlanta, where Rev. Dr. Dwight Andrews is Senior Pastor. There, she is a member of the Altar Guild and serves as president of the Women's Fellowship Ministry and clergy. 

She is the author of three books. Her latest book is Self - Care. The Vital Art of Nurturing is her latest book. In this book you will discover how important it is to take care of you. It is an insightful practical approach to self-care back by scripture---will teach you how to relax and take a step back and retreat from time to time. In additional to her books, she is a classical trained flutist. 

Dr. E. preparing to give his acceptance speech as "Distinguished Alumni Award" from RIT.