Reverend Gregory L. Johnson is an ordained Inter-faith Minister serving at The Marble Collegiate Church in New York City. In both his professional and private life, he has been a tireless champion for increased awareness, understanding and support for family caregiving.
Reverend Johnson has received numerous awards, honors and recognitions within the fields of health care, family caregiving and service to others. He is also a member of Speaker Christine Quinn’s NYC Council’s Hate Crimes Task Force for Clergy.
Through family caregiving, he is committed to helping others celebrate the things we share in common and honor those that make us unique: living the Golden Rule. Reverend Johnson resides in New York City and Bali, Indonesia.
Reverend Marion A. Gambardella has helped others achieve wholeness through the integration of mind, body and spirit for more than two decades. She obtained her teaching, counseling and licensing credentials through The Unity Institute and The Association of Unity Churches and also through Religious Science International (Science of Mind).
Marion—Co-Chair of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiver Corps.—was ordained as an Interfaith Minister through The New Seminary of New York.
She has been a frequent speaker at the Unity Center of New York Sunday Services at the Lincoln Center and a guest speaker/workshop leader at various Church, Holistic and Spiritual Centers Coast to Coast and has appeared on numerous health and wellness programs on National Television. Rev. Marion has received various awards for her outreach community work including one from the U.S. House of Representatives-Certifi cate of Special Congressional Recognition for her outstanding and invaluable service to the Community. Marion provides one on- one spiritual counseling and conducts monthly Caregiving Support Group Meetings in New York City where she resides.