Adjunct Professor, Christian Ethics
MDiv, Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University
Pharm.D., University of Florida
Leonard L. Edloe has served since 2014 as an Adjunct Professor of Christian Ethics at the John B. Leland Theological Center, School of Ministry in Hampton Roads. He teaches the Christian Ethics Course for the Masters Program and the Theology and Ethics Course for the Diploma Program.
He is the founding pastor of New Hope Fellowship in Hartfield, Virginia. He previously served as pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in Susan, Virginia. He serves a president of the Mid-Tidewater Baptist Ministers Association.
For 42 years Dr. Edloe was the pharmacist and CEO of his family owned chain of pharmacies in Richmond Virginia. He also served as a member of the clinical faculty and was a lecturer at the Schools of Pharmacy of Hampton University, Howard University, The University of South Carolina and Virginia Commonwealth University. While retired Dr. Edloe remains active in the profession. He serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Visitors of the Howard University College of Pharmacy, President of the American Pharmacists Association Foundation and President of the Richmond Pharmacists Association. He has been interviewed and written articles on the Conscious Clause and its implication for pharmacist and pharmacist involvement in lethal injection. For his work serving underserved communities and the profession, he has been honored by being awarded the Hugo F. Shafer Award and Virginia’s Outstanding Pharmacist. He is also a fellow of the American Pharmacists Association.
Dr. Edloe earned a Bachelor of Science for the Howard University College of Pharmacy, and Master of Divinity from the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University and a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Florida.
Every Thursday Dr. Edloe host his own radio show, “What’s Going On” on WCLM radio, 1450 AM in Richmond.