Editor, Public Justice Review
Kerwin Webb serves as the editor of Public Justice Review, CPJ’s primary theological journal. Kerwin is a 2019 graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree. He is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and earned a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Alabama State University in 2004. In 2012, Kerwin incorporated RMW Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization focused on child development, youth outreach, and adult empowerment. He is a licensed Baptist minister and serves as the Associate Pastor of Youth and Young Adults at Second Baptist Church of Asbury Park (New Jersey). Additionally, Kerwin served as the 2018-19 Vice-Moderator of the Association of Black Seminarians at Princeton Theological Seminary, was a 2018 Sacred Sector Fellow (an initiative of CPJ), and currently serves as the President of the Greater Red Bank branch of the NAACP.