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3ELET: Harold  Segura

Ph. D. Harold Segura

World Vision for Latin America and the Caribbean


Director of Faith and Development

Featured

Ph. D. Harold Segura

World Vision for Latin America and the Caribbean


Director of Faith and Development

3ELET: Harold  Segura

Featured

Ph. D. Harold Segura

World Vision for Latin America and the Caribbean


Director of Faith and Development

3ELET: Harold  Segura

Harold Segura is World Vision's Director of Faith and Development for Latin America and the Caribbean. Baptist pastor since 1980, theologian, and business administrator. Former Rector of the International Baptist Theological Seminary (1995-2000), today the Baptist University Foundation. University professor and theological teacher since 1985. Linked to the work of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and specialist in areas of faith and development since 2000. Certified Ontological Coaching (2020) by Newfield Consulting and member of the International Federation of Professional Ontological Coaching, FICOP. Member of the Interreligious Alliance for the 2030 Agenda, of the Latin American Theological Fraternity, and of the International Board of the Movement with Children and Youth. Co-founder of the Latin American Centrality of Childhood Project (PCN), a project promoted by the Latin American Episcopal Conference (CELAM), Caritas, Fe y Alegría, and World Vision of Latin America and the Caribbean. Business Administrator, from the Santiago de Cali University (1984), Bachelor of Theology (1985), Master of Theology (1999) from the International Baptist Theological Seminary of Cali. Theologian (2004) of the Baptist University Foundation, Cali, Colombia. Master of Science in Religion (2007), Evangelical University of the Americas, Costa Rica. Graduated from the doctoral program in Theology at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia (2006-2008). Doctoral student of the Interdisciplinary Doctorate program in Letters and Arts in Central America with an emphasis on Theology, at the National University of Costa Rica.