Warren L. Maye
Warren L. Maye is Editor in Chief of SACONNECTS, the Salvation Army’s award–winning lifestyle magazine, published in English, Spanish, and Korean.
He is co–author, with his wife Marilyn Allman Maye, of Orita: Rites of Passage for Youth of African Descent in America (Faithworks, 2000), When Your Whole World Changes (American Bible Society, 2006), A New World View: Salvation Army Kids Travel to South Africa (The Salvation Army, 2009), and Mommy Says" an illustrated book for children (Moja Co Productions 2014).
He is author of Soldiers of Uncommon Valor: The History of Salvationists of African Descent in the United States (The Salvation Army, 2008), and When God Calls: The Heart and Ministry of a Holiness Preacher, Rev. Dr. V. Seymour Cole (Nazarene Publishing House, 2012).
He is a member of the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME), a board member of the Evangelical Press Association (EPA), and member of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB).
From September 11, 2002, to July 6, 2003, over 1 million visitors saw the exhibition “September 11: Bearing Witness to History” at the Smithsonian’s, National Museum of American History that included his 9/11 photos.
He earned a B.F.A., from Parsons School of Design and the New School for Social Research and a M.A., from Fordham University.
He is a Society of Illustrators award winner, Scholastic Magazines scholar, and former 90.7 WFUV FM co–host and the original voice of “Cityscape,” a weekly talk show addressing New York City issues, now in its 34th year.