Rev. Rhonda Branch Yearby currently serves as the CEO of Tarrant Churches Together. Her historic hiring represents the first time in their 66-year history an African American woman had obtained the level of leadership as the CEO to lead over one hundred inter-faith churches and faith-based organizations. Rev. Branch Yearby has served as CEO to many Faith Based Organizations serving Social Services, HIV/AIDS, Healthcare and has raised over $150 million in grants, fundraisers and events. She has traveled worldwide ministering to people in need.
Rev. Branch Yearby has served as an associate pastor for over 30 years at various churches and is currently a member of Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Ft. Worth, Tx. Where she serves under the leadership of The Rev. Dr. Sheryl Matlock Of The 10th Episcopal District of Texas. Rev. Branch Yearby serves as the Facilitator for The Faith Based Leaders COVID19 committee in Tarrant County and serves on The African American Stakeholders COVID 19 Committee for The White House Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
She is the author of twenty - five books. The first seven, Women of Faith: Their Untold Stories Revealed is a #1 Multi Award International Best - Selling Series: helps women seek new directions for personal growth and transformation and features a woman of faith who is a celebrity. We give women of faith the opportunity to build their platform with no charge to them. Her other books deal with faith, forgiveness, leadership and professional growth for women. Rev. Branch Yearby, well known as a ‘Keeping It Real” preacher, has been honored for her leadership, community service, and outstanding achievements by several diverse civic, educational, business, governmental, international organizations and leaders. Branch Yearby will receive her Doctor of Divinity May 2020. She has been featured in The Huffington Post and other international media. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She is the mother of 3 children, 20 grandchildren, and 7 great grand - children and her husband Monroe is the father of 4 children


Linda Baker, President

Baker Chapel AME Church

Lester Meriwether, Vice President

Broadway Baptist Church

Beth Barber, Secretary

Holy Family Catholic Church


Courtney Stubblefield, Treasurer

First Presbyterian Church


Shari Barnes, Human Relations

University Baptist Church

Jorene Taylor Swift, Immediate Past President

Bread Fellowship

Roberto Ayerdis, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints​

Charmaine Baylor, Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church

Maudelle Cade, St. Joseph Catholic Church

Clifton Dobbins, McMillan United Methodist Church

Jane Goodspeed, Morningside United Methodist Church

Judy Graham, Church Women United

Barbara Greene, St. Andrews United Methodist Church

Minnie Gunter, St. Andrews United Methodist Church

Barbara Holston, Carter Metropolitan C.M.E Church

Nicci Kennedy, St. Stephen Presbyterian Church

Thomas McCracken, University Christian Church

Kirsten Murphy, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Myrtis Parker, St. Andrews United Methodist Church

Marcus Newman, First Presbyterian Church

Don Tatlock, South Hills Christian Church

Eddie Vopelak, St. Francis Catholic Church


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