Dina Anderson is the first of three off-spring born to the loving parents of Lorell Andy and Jacqueline Anderson in Toledo, Ohio. Early in her Christian walk, she accepted Jesus Christ as her personal savior, under the pastorate of her uncle, Leon Jacob Witty. Under his leadership, Dina was trained to sing, recite, and serve with a spirit of excellence. In pursuit of academic excellence, she attended the University of Toledo and Lourdes University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration. In her pursuit of higher learning, she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Master of Business Administration, from Lourdes University. Her desire to gain a greater understanding of God, led her to Seminary school, where she completed a Master of Religious Leadership Administration at New York Theological Seminary (2019-summa cum laude). She is a Lily Foundation scholarship recipient, earning a Doctorate degree from New York Theological Seminary (2021-summa cum laude). She is the founder of Sacred Place. Sacred Space, Non-profit organization, serving survivors of sexual abuse through transformational strategies that aid in “Releasing Toxins” caused by “Trauma of the past and Renewing the Mind, Body, and Spirit. She is currently pursuing an Advanced Clinical Master of Social Work degree at Columbia University, where she hopes to build a practice to provide mental health care and resources to those in socio-economic despair and under-privileged communities.
By far, her greatest accomplishment is the gift of a wonderful son, Bryan Blake Anderson-Ellis.
By divine appointment, God has chosen Dr. Dina Anderson to transform lives and proclaim the Gospel to the Nations.