Rev. Anastasia Holman is Director of Chaplaincy Education for the Indiana University Health System. She is an ACPE Certified Educator and Board-Certified Chaplain (BCC) with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) and the National Association of Veterans Affairs Chaplains (NAVAC). She currently oversees the Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Program for the IU Health System. She previously served as the Manager for Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy for the North Suburban Area of IU Health. Anastasia serves as Co-Faculty for the Religion and Spirituality in Medicine Scholarly Concentration at IU SOM.
Anastasia is currently matriculating at Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) seeking her Doctor of Ministry Degree. She graduated from Christian Theological Seminary (MDiv), Indiana Wesleyan University (MBA) and Indiana State University (BS). She completed her CPE Certified Educator Training at IU Health and her CPE Residency at Ascension Health, St. Vincent Hospital. Anastasia was a 2019 cohort member of the Chaplaincy Research Summer Institute through Transforming Chaplaincy. She currently serves on the Certification Commission for ACPE.
Anastasia received several awards during her academic training: she was a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar (CTS). In 2007, she was the first African American and first woman recipient of the Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) Church History Award for outstanding academic performance in Church History. She is a past recipient of the Emerging Leaders Award from ACPE for leadership and service. She is also an Ordained Elder and endorsed by the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.