Rev. Dr. Sindile Dlamini Mathebula is of Southern African descent. She is presently a Chaplain Resident at Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, GA., and a former Research Scholar Chaplain at Howard University Hospital,
Washington, D.C. where she developed her research interest in maternal mental health intersection with psychosocial stressors that include poverty, interpersonal violence, and HIV.
Dr. Mathebula is a Service-Learning Teaching Associate at the Howard University Center for Drug Abuse Research. She also serves as a founding board director for the Caribbean African Faith-Based Leadership Conference, vice president for the Believe Center for Change, Inc., and interim chair for Life Restoration Ministry.
Dr. Mathebula is a contributing writer in the book entitled Proverbs: Wisdom Commentary book. The book won the Book of the Year Award from the Association of Catholic Publishers, the contributing article is entitled: African Womanist Perspective on Proverbs 31 “Abafazi Imbokodo, a Woman Is a Rock” Additionally, she is an Amazon Published contributing author of the book entitled “The Roots of Holiday Grief.”