Jill Harman is an associate pastor for Fremont First United Methodist Church. In this role, she oversees the teams responsible for youth and children’s ministry, IT, missional growth, Christian education, and intergenerational connection. She partners closely with her team to foster and grow relationships focused on congregational and communal growth based on development goals.
Jill also serves as an adjunct professor for Creighton University in the education department, where she teaches courses in restorative justice. Additionally, she is the restorative justice co-chair on campus, where she is a leading activist and consultant for restorative practices.
Jill holds a BA in Communication Studies with a minor in History from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has a MA in Theological Christian Ministry from Emmanuel Christian Seminary. She is writing her doctoral dissertation on restorative practices and the impact on student retention rates in higher education at Creighton University in pursuit of an Ed.D.