Reverend Eva M. Freeman - Founder / CEO

Eva Freeman | InnerFaith Women's Alliance | Founder & CEO As the Bearer of God’s Word, being a Pastor is paramount to being an intricate part of God’s Vision and Mission for His people.

Rev. Freeman is an ordained Elder. After stepping away from the pulpit, as Pastor within the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church for 13 years, in 2013 Rev. Freeman embraced her calling as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Innerfaith Women’s Alliance, Inc.

“God has a wonderful plan for my life. Although at the time I could not understand how God whose “gifts and callings are irrevocable” could or would call me away from the very place that He had called me to. There again, “…we are to lean not unto our own understanding, but in ALL our ways we are to acknowledge Him and allow Him to direct our paths.” God has directed and blessed me to become a family member on the ministerial staff at the Word of Faith Love Center. My Pastor is the anointed and appointed dynamic Rev. Dr. Reginald P. Garmon.”

Rev. Freeman holds a B.S. degree in Psychology, with a secondary in Business and Sociology. She completed her Master of Divinity Degree in 2011 at the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), Atlanta, GA.

Rev. Freeman is a veteran of the United Stated Air Force. Rev. Freeman is also a Post-Vietnam-Era Veteran and a retired Contracting Officer, U.S. General Services Administration.  Rev. Freeman served as the United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE) Family Matters Division Assistant Chief Administrator and Family Coordinator at Ramstein Air Base Germany. Her duties included but were not limited to assisting families in transitioning into European culture.   Rev. Freeman was the liaison between Wing/Squadron Commanders and Family Services. While ascertaining the needs of Airman and their families, Rev. Freeman worked very closely with Officer and Non-Commissioned Officer’s spouses.  In their common effort to assist officer and enlisted families Rev. Freeman compiled training material and facilitated training for individuals responsible for the issuance of household items and transportation needs.  Rev. Freeman has served her military and civilian community in a leadership capacity since her honorable discharge in 1985. 

In addition to her very full life, her other commitments to Christ and His work extends to community involvement. She has served as President of the Board of Directors for the Association of Persons Affected by Addictions (APAA); Board of Directors for the African American Art Museum, Dallas, TX; Special Olympics Coordinator; Advocate for Prison Relief Effort; Residential Trainer for Tarrant County Mental Health and Mental Retardation; Bible Study Facilitator for Federal Woman’s Prison; Pastor Freeman is also a member of Black Women’s Health Imperative based in Washington DC. Rev. Freeman was inducted into the National Scholars Honor Society in 2008. Rev. Freeman was honored by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., as their Phenomenal Woman of Religious Projection. Other activities which demonstrate her dedication to the work of Christ include memberships in organizations such as a Prison Ministry Volunteers and the Georgia Ministerial Alliance.

Honorable Mention: Star Spangled Banner for the Texas Rangers: 1996 & 1997; Star Spangled Banner for Special Olympics: 1998 & 1999

Rev. Freeman is the proud mother of two children, Mrs. Kezshera DaiShawn Ware (Albert) of Atlanta, GA; Mr. Kewaithian Dorell Freeman (Meagan) of Fort Worth, TX and proud grandmother of Miss Demitria Nicole Lyles and Mr. Jalen Albert Ware of Atlanta, GA.

Our Creed

“Together We’ll Push the Limits of What Can Be”

Innovators are born through experience. No matter what life throws their way, they rise above it with discipline, passion and an insatiable curiosity about the world they live in. Nothing is unattainable, for they believe in themselves and are fully committed to realizing their dream. (Black Enterprise Magazine; Vol 42, No. 6, January 2012).

As Charity begins at home, within the Innerfaith Women’s Alliance, we strive to provide a Forum for Growth; a Venue for Dreams; a Platform for Reaching Your Potential; a Place to Embrace Your Purpose through Jesus Christ; a Path to live according to God’s Word, God’s Will and God’s Way. God has a Wonderful Plan for Your Life.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)

Mary O. Pelt

Mary O. Pelt - IWAInc Board of Director

Mary Outland Pelt, a native of Boligee, Alabama is a graduate of Alabama A&M University in Huntsville, AL with a B. S. Degree in Accounting. She retired from the General Services Administration in October 2013 with over 36 years of Federal Service as an Accountant, Contract Specialist and Contracting Officer.

Mary is very active in her church and its ministries. She and her late husband, the Rev. Dr. J. Sherman Pelt, who was Senior Pastor of the Liberty Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA for twenty-two (22) years have two sons and two daughters-in-law; Sherman Tyrone & Cherline and John Nicklaus & Chailoea; two grandsons, Andrew Tyler & Johnathan Alexander and one granddaughter, Amber Tiffany. Mary is currently serving as Founder & CEO of The Rev. Dr. J. Sherman Pelt Foundation, Inc. The mission of The Pelt Foundation is to provide academic scholarships to Liberty Baptist Church-Atlanta members and to Seminary studentst. She is on the Board of Directors and the Finance Ministry for the IWA, Inc.

Jeneil A. Magloire

Jeniel Magloire - IWAInc Board of DirectorJeneil A. Magloire is an Oakland, California native. Mrs. Magloire received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics from Mills College, in 1982. She later received her Master’s of Business Administration Degree from the University of Phoenix, in 1996. She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia serving as the Deputy Director of the Property Disposal Division for the U.S. General Services Administration, where she has represented the government in matters of real estate, both nationally and abroad.

Since relocating to Atlanta, Mrs. Magloire has traveled extensively. While here she has led Bible Studies in the workplace, and has spoken at Women’s meetings and retreats. She also has served as a mentor to the many women that God has sent her way. Mrs. Magloire is a licensed Evangelist and a dedicated member of the Word of Faith Love Center where she serves as a Sunday School Teacher. She has a passion and call to propel women to excellence through the doctrine and principles of the Lord Jesus Christ. Mrs. Magloire serves on the Board of Directors for the Innerfaith Women’s Alliance, Inc.

LaSonya Glover

LaSonya Glover - IWAInc Board of DirectorLaSonya Glover is a member of Restoration of Life through Jesus Christ Ministries (ROL) where the pastors are Apostle Gregory and Junie Kelley. She has been a member since 2003. She currently oversees the Media Ministry responsible for the audio and visual functions of the church. She is also a member of the Sunflower Ministry which serves as one of the church’s help ministries along with serving as a Facilitator of the ROL GEMS ministries mentoring to girls ages 13 – 19.

She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. She is the mother of Kennedy Victoria age 13. She is an active member of the New Life Christian Academy PTSA serving on the Executive Board as Parliamentarian. She is a member of the Federal Workforce, employed by the General Services Administration’s Leasing Division in the position of Branch chief.

Her hobbies include event planning; DIY home projects; sewing and watching marathon episodes of Criminal Minds.

Rosa M Baldwin

Rosa M Baldwin

Rosa M. Baldwin presently works in Acquisition but is also a 21-year veteran of the U.S. Army.  She has a Masters in Public Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management. Rosa is married to Russell Baldwin and has two wonderful children, Jeffreda and Branden, who are presently serving in the Unites States Army.  Jeffreda , a Sergeant First Class serving as a paralegal, with two sons of her own, while her son Branden is a male nurse in Germany.  Rosa’s goal is to help disadvantaged veterans however she can. She also chairs the mission ministry and was instrumental in our Care Package Program to the female soldiers from Fort Benning, GA stationed in Afghniastan in the winter of 2013.