The Student Advisory Leadership Team (SALT) represents and promotes student interests in the decision-making process of Campbell University Divinity School by cultivating and maintaining leadership among the students. The mission of SALT is “to partner with faculty and staff to offer ministry to the students and families of the Divinity School through fellowship, encouragement, and support.” SALT plans and hosts student fellowship events throughout the school year and works to facilitate student mission-focused projects.


2023-2024 SALT Team

Hellos all around. Jill Marie Haram here. Please say hi if you see me in Taylor Hall 🙂 We are small here at Campbell so community is everything. I come from the Catholic tradition but am seeking ordination through the UCC to peruse Army Chaplaincy. I’m only two years into the MDiv but I have gone on a lot of the offered trips and retreats so please do not hesitate to ask questions, give suggestions, and request gatherings.

Hey! My name is Taylor Long and I am from Clayton, NC but I have called Buies Creek home for nearly 6 years. I went to Campbell for my undergrad and majored in Christian Studies which means that I have spent a lot of time within Taylor Hall! I am working on completing a Master of Divinity and figuring out what comes next! When I am not in class or studying I work for the Office of Spiritual Life here on campus as a chapel fellow for pilgrimage and as the graduate assistant for student government. I really enjoy a good cup of coffee, going on a long walk, reading, and spending lots of time outside.

I live in Raleigh and I’m in my fourth year. I will graduate in May 2024. I attend Trinity Baptist in Raleigh and plan to be ordained this school year before I graduate. I have some ideas, but only God knows where I will end up in ministry. I love to travel, watch sports, and eat all kinds of good foods. It’s best when they all happen together. I’ll always be an App State Mountaineer, but glad to also be a Campbell Fighting Camel.

Amy hails from the town of Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina, the home of the Waccamaw Siouans, a native tribe. During her youth, she often accompanied her Aunt Queen to various community events and craft classes at the local senior center. She is the proud owner of an event management company, Pittman & Co, which specializes in curating bespoke experiences that foster authenticity, community, and genuine connections. She aspires to persist in organizing community dinners and crafting tools that nurture spiritual growth in her personal life and among the community organizations she leads. Drawing from her Master of Divinity program, Amy aims to instill spiritual disciplines creatively.

I’m a retired elementary teacher/media coordinator who finally followed that little tug to enroll in Campbell Divinity School! I love animals of all kinds but especially my dogs and cats! I would love to be able to have enough space to adopt all the ones I see in shelters. I am an active member of First Baptist Church in Winston Salem, NC and have been there for about 8 years. Currently, I am serving as Deacon Chairman, SS Worker for the Children as well as on a few committees. Having gone through a time without a welcoming church, I am extremely thankful for a place where women are encouraged to participate and lead everyone! One of my favorite statements to share with my friends is “Variety is the spice of life” and I truly love traveling the world to experience new cultures as well as trying new things right around my home!