Rev. Dr. Aleze Michelle Fulbright
My personal mission is to encourage, equip, and empower people to live on purpose through their God-giveness
“That’s why we can be so sure that every detail in our lives of love for God is worked into something good.”
Romans 8:28 MSG
Rev. Dr. Aleze M. Fulbright is an ordained elder in The United Methodist Church who is a person of conviction in living a personal mission to encourage, equip, and empower all people to live on purpose and live out their God-giveness. Dr. Aleze’s greatest joy in life is her son, Myron Fisher Jr., who is a Middle School Math Educator and Basketball Coach in Wichita, Kansas. Additionally, she enjoys fellowshipping with family and friends, while also connecting with community through her civic and sorority involvement.
Dr. Aleze is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma. She graduated from Booker T. Washington High School and went on to Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. She received her Masters in Divinity from Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University. She also earned a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Leadership from Houston Graduate School of Theology.
Dr. Aleze currently serves as a Conference Superintendent, in the Central District of the Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church. Before entering full time ministry in 2008, was the Assistant Controller for the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Inc. Prior to her current appointment of Conference (District) Superintendent, Aleze served as the Director of Leadership Development for the Indiana Conference, and in the North Texas Conference in a host of ministry settings, as the Associate Director of Leadership Development, the Associate Pastor at First United Methodist-Commerce and Campus Minister for Wesleyan Campus Ministry at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Call to the Episcopacy
During these unconventional times, it requires unconventional leadership. These are my foundational principles that guide my call to the Episcopacy in the United Methodist Church:
As faithful followers of Jesus Christ, we must be those bearers of fruit, such as LOVE, HOPE, and JOY, while also bearing the fruit of attending to the least, lost, last, and voiceless to ensure there is lasting change in the world; it is in this that all will know that we are Christ’s disciples.