Shay Greene, MDiv, BCC
Shay Greene attended Converse College and earned a B.A. in Religion with a Biology minor in 1989. She earned a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1993. Shay was ordained in 1993 in Fort Worth, Texas. After seminary, she completed two Clinical Pastoral Education residencies, one at Duke University Medical Center and a second-year residency at UNC Hospitals. Shay served as the Pediatric Chaplain at UNC Medical Center from July 1997 through November 2007. Shay’s clinical areas of interest were Pediatric Intensive Care and Pediatric Oncology. She became the Director of the Department of Pastoral Care in December 2008. Shay is a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains.
James Adams, MDiv, BCC
Palliative Care Chaplain and Bereavement Coordinator
James Adams serves as the Chaplain for the Palliative Care Program and Bereavement Coordinator. James is and Anglican Priest and endorsed by the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy within the Anglican Church in North America. He is a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains. He earned his B.A. in Theology and the Humanities from The University of Mobile in 2008 and received his Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2013. He also completed a Master of Arts in Church History at The Catholic University of America in 2017. James has experience in providing emotional and spiritual support to patients and families with severe and life-limiting illness in pediatric, palliative care, and hospice settings. At UNC Hospitals, James supports patients and families facing life-limiting illnesses and decision-making as part of the Palliative Care Program as well as supporting families following the death of a loved one through Bereavement Support Services. He also supports clinicians in integrating spirituality into their professional practice through reflective practices and education.
Steven Chewning, MDiv, BCC
Rev. Steven Chewning earned degrees in Religious Studies and Communication Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He earned a Master of Divinity degree from Campbell University Divinity School. Steven is an ordained Baptist minister, he is endorsed by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and is a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains. Prior to joining UNC Health Care, Steven worked as a hospice chaplain with FirstHealth Hospice and Palliative Care in Pinehurst, NC. In his current role, Steven provides emotional and spiritual support to patients, families, and staff at the NC Cancer Hospital. Steven’s areas of interest include end-of-life care, contemplative spiritual practices, and oncology support.
Tammerie Day, PhD, MDiv, ACPE Certified Educator
Associate Director for Clinical Pastoral Education
Rev. Dr. Tammerie Day is Associate Director of Clinical Pastoral Education at UNC Hospitals and an ACPE Certified Educator. Tammerie is recognized and endorsed by the Alliance of Baptists and serves on their Board of Directors. Tammerie earned an M.Div. degree from Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth while pastoring a new church start, then completed a Ph.D. in theology from Southern Methodist University. Tammerie has taught theology and religious studies in congregational, university and seminary settings, authored several books and numerous articles, leads spiritual retreats, and is a frequent presenter on various aspects of spiritual care at state and national professional gatherings. Tammerie entered the UNC Hospitals Department of Pastoral Care in 2014 to undertake supervisory training and joined the staff full-time in 2017. Particular interests include trauma-informed care and caregiver and organizational resilience.
Robert Randy Hall, DMin, ACPE Certified Educator
Associate Director for Clinical Pastoral Education
Rev. Dr. Robert Randy Hall is an ACPE Certified Educator and an ordained Baptist minister. He is endorsed by, and is a “Recognized Clergy” in, the Alliance of Baptists. Randy‘s Doctor of Ministry degree was completed in 2007 through Graduate Theological Foundation. He received his Masters of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1987 and completed his undergraduate degree from Furman University in 1984. He completed his supervisory education at Alamance Regional Medical Center (ARMC) in Burlington, NC. After completion of his supervisory education, and as an ACPE Associate Supervisor (2008), he became the Director of CPE in the Pastoral Care and Counseling Department at ARMC (2009). He was granted ACPE Supervisor in 2010 and stayed at ARMC until August of 2013. He immediately entered the Pastoral Care Department at UNC Hospitals as contract supervisor and became a full-time member of the staff in December of 2013. Randy is currently the Chair of the ACPE Accreditation Commission.
Stuart Harrell, MDiv, BCC, ACPE Certified Educator
Associate Director for Clinical Pastoral Education, Hillsborough Campus
Rev. Stuart Harrell is an ACPE Certified Educator and an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. Stuart completed a B.A. in Studio Art at Davidson College and a Master of Divinity Degree at Duke University Divinity School. He completed his supervisory training at Carolinas HealthCare System in Charlotte, NC. Prior to joining UNC Health Care, Stuart established a program of CPE at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence, SC. Stuart serves as the Associate Director for the Hillsborough Campus, teaching units of CPE, and creating and maintaining connections to community organizations that serve marginalized populations. Stuart’s teaching interests include exploring the arts as opportunities for reflective practice, pastoral care as the practice of social justice, and the intersection of shame, vulnerability, and vocation with pastoral practice.
Debbie Mansell, MDiv, BCC, ACPE Certified Educator
Associate Director, Clinical Pastoral Education, UNC WakeBrook
Rev. Debbie Mansell (she/her/hers) is an ACPE Certified Educator and an ordained Presbyterian minister, endorsed by the Presbyterian Church (USA). She holds a BS in Psychology and German from Illinois Wesleyan University and an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary. Debbie’s interests include grief support and destigmatizing mental health needs.
Darryl Owens, MDiv, BCC, CT, CPLC
Women Services Chaplain and Bereavement Counselor
Darryl Owens received his BA degree in Industrial Relations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and his Masters of Divinity at Duke University. He has served as a Clinical Chaplain at Central Prison in Raleigh, NC, and became the Women’s Services Chaplain/Grief Counselor at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC in Feb. 2001. His duties include providing pastoral care and grief counseling to patients, families, and staff served by the North Carolina Women’s Hospital. He also co-manages the perinatal bereavement program and leads worship services in the Hospital community. Darryl is certified as a clinical chaplain by the Association for Professional Chaplains; in thanatology by the Association for Death, Education, and Counseling; and as a Perinatal Loss Care provider by the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center. He is a Past President of the Association for Professional Chaplains, and of the North Carolina Chaplains Association. He serves as an elder at his local church. He has also served on numerous boards locally and nationally. Darryl and his wife are parents of 3 children, and grandparents of 1.
Andrew Tatum, MDiv, BCC
Andrew Tatum serves as the Psychiatric Chaplain at UNC. He attended Campbell University where he earned a B.A. in Religion and Philosophy in 2002. He earned a Master of Divinity from Campbell University Divinity School. During and following his theological training, Andrew served in parish ministry in Baptist, Episcopal, and United Methodist communities. He completed his Clinical Pastoral Education at Rex Hospital and UNC Hospitals. After serving as a chaplain in per diem capacity from 2015-2017, Andrew joined the department of pastoral care in a full-time capacity as the Psychiatric Chaplain in October of 2017. Andrew is a member of the Association of Professional Chaplains, the North Carolina Chaplains' Association, and the Orange County Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. His work at UNC centers around proving spiritual and emotional support to patients and families experiencing mental illness and offering supportive presence to the staff caring for them. Andrew understands spiritual care to be the work of journeying with patients, families, and staff in narrating their experience and finding meaning and solace in the midst of life's difficulties and trials. He is passionate about integrating music, poetry, the arts, and meditation into the spiritual care he offers.