Rev. MacArthur H. Flournoy, theologian, author, and preacher is the Director for Faith Partnerships and Mobilization for the Human Rights Campaign. MacArthur served as the Faith Director for Marylanders For Marriage Equality. Rev. Flournoy has more than thirty years of non-profit management experience, also serving local government, state and federal governments.
MacArthur has worked in Nigeria & Ghana, West Africa, Spain, Italy and Australia conducting workshops on human rights, access to health care and changing cultural norms on the role of women, people affected by numerous health disparities, such as HIV/AIDS, advocacy for racial/LGBT justice and equality specifically within a Faith-based context.
MacArthur voluntarily serves as the National Minister of Public Policy for The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries, an international coalition of open and affirming ministries, where the Presiding Bishop is Rev. Dr. Yvette Flunder.
MacArthur holds a Master’s of Divinity from the Pacific School of Religion at the Graduate Theological Union. As the father of five amazing children, MacArthur is a new grandparent. Reading, writing, traveling, and collecting West African art are his favorite past times.