Corey Schlosser-Hall, Executive Presbyter
Ruling Elder Corey Schlosser-Hall grew up in the Dakotas and graduated from the University of Oregon . . . Go Ducks! He earned a Ph.D. in Organizational Communication from the University of Minnesota and is an ICF credentialed leadership coach.
Prior to serving as Executive Presbyter, he served as Communications Director for the Presbytery of Seattle. His executive service is informed by his background as a university professor, wilderness guide, entrepreneur, food service manager, and consultant.
Corey speaks and teaches locally and nationwide on
- Wholehearted discipleship
- Innovative leadership, and
- Helping Christ’s church flourish in the 21st century.
Corey serves as faculty of the Presbytery Leader Formation Program of the PC(USA) where he teaches post-modern ecclesiology, visionary and financial leadership, and communications. Corey also serves on the board for the Presbyterian Mission Agency.
“I am most energized by people following Jesus and acting with courage in response to their life’s calling” says Corey. “Living this way is the most adventurous way of life. I believe Christ’s church, in all its current and emerging expressions, is still the great hope for our world.”
Corey and his spouse, the Rev. Adrienne Schlosser-Hall (Chaplain @ Providence Everett), are parents of two daughters: Maya Ruth (15) and Hannah Rose (11). Corey likes to do anything with his wife and daughters, train for triathlons, and listen to the band U2. He also sings occasionally in a rock band that leads worship inspired by U2’s music and theology.
Ice Cream: Vanilla Bean
Music: U2, Avicii, Coldplay
Fun: Hiking, biking, watching Hannah dance, Maya sing, and Adrienne preach!
Movies: latest favorite is Sherlock... Yes the one on PBS
Corey C. Schlosser-Hall, Ph.D.