Justice Circle Council

Erskin Anavitarte is a Texas-born Singer-Songwriter, Diversity Spokesman, Adoption Advocate, and music Co-Producer. He resides in Nashville, TN, with his wife Kelli and their two children. Their heart for orphaned, abandoned, and vulnerable people has led Erskin and his family to become advocates for several non-profit organizations including Holt International, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Life Action, and Project Connect Nashville

Jacobi Campbell married high school sweetheart Sade with whom he shares three children. He is an alum of Trevecca Nazarene University. He began serving as Senior Pastor in 2016 at Bell Road Church of the Nazarene and believes that there is no better time to be faithful to God than the present and that this faithfulness is better lived than explained. He believes that there is no church without the surrounding community, and in Antioch, his ministry has transcended cultural and age boundaries alike. His ministry goal is to truly disciple just one person into generational growth in Christ, and to invest in everyone as if they are that one person. Having no expectations except that God’s will be done, his hope is to disciple a relatable church of accountability and transparency that can more effectively and intentionally win the lost. 

David Diehl is a music educator who is currently the dean of the School of Music at Trevecca Nazarene University. This is his 23rd year of employment at dear old TNU. Previous to that, David worked in the Davidson County Public School system for 6 years at Hunters Lane High School and Dupont Hadley Middle School.

Sabrina Jones serves as the Chief Operation Officer for the 510 Foundation. She is responsible for the operations of the global and local urban ministries. She brings 30+ of proven leadership experience to the 510 Foundation. Her experience and leadership have been focused on building partnerships and connections with a goal of strong collaborative efforts that produce an impact on the lives of others with a missional focus. Sabrina received her Doctorate in Leadership & Professional Practice through Trevecca Nazarene University in 2020, Master’s in Public Administration in 1996 through Tennessee State University, and Bachelor of Arts in Communication & Business in 1989 through Northwest Nazarene University. Sabrina is married to her husband, Sam, with four grown children; three daughters and a son. Two daughters are married adding two sons-in-law, one granddaughter, and one grand-dog to the family. One daughter tragically passed away at the early age of 24.

Mariah Monk has been on staff at the 510 Foundation and Nashville First Church of the Nazarene since August of 2020, she provides administrative support to the Congregational Life Pastor and 510 Foundation Chief Operations Officer. In this role, Mariah performs a variety of administrative tasks such as coordinating events and activities, overseeing social media interaction, and serving as the frontline communication for the 510 Foundation and Congregational Life ministry. Mariah is from Columbus, Ohio originally and recently graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University where she received a B.A. in Intercultural Studies and double minored in Graphic Design and Compassionate Ministry. She is currently pursuing a Master’s in Divinity with a concentration in Prison Ministry from Vanderbilt University Divinity School.

Brodrick Thomas currently serves as the Director of Community Engagement and Reconciliation at Trevecca Nazarene University. Before the promotion to his current position, Brodrick served in Trevecca’s graduate school and plant operations. Before his move to Nashville in 2011, Brodrick graduated from Auburn University with a bachelors in Business Administration. He also has an MBA, a Masters in Organizational Leadership, and completed his Ed.D in Educational Leadership. Brodrick is married to Lauren and they have a beautiful one-year-old, Wren. 

Letitia Washington has had the honor of twenty five plus years in prison ministry in Tennessee and Pennsylvania. She served as a director of Urban Ministry in Philadelphia in the Cambria Park area and as an Associate Minister in West Chester, Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor from Trevecca, Master from Nazarene Theological Seminary and is presently working on her dissertation at Wesley Theological Seminary. Presently she has been assigned to the Emmaus family through the 510 Foundation.

Casey Kania McEwan Justice Circle Council Member

Casey McEwan studied Nursing at Belmont University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Social Work. She leads the Healthcare pillar with a passion for her work with addicts recovering with Welcome Home Ministries.