Todd Donatelli has been the Dean of the Cathedral since 1997. Prior to that he served as Canon at St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Jackson, Mississippi and as Priest Associate at St. Bartholomew’s Church, Atlanta. Todd was ordained priest in 1988.

Other church experience has included serving on the Standing Committees of Mississippi and Western North Carolina, the Liturgy and Music Commission of WNC, The Executive Committee of WNC, Delegate to  General Convention from WNC, the Diocesan Youth Commission of Mississippi and Atlanta and guest preacher on The Protestant Hour/Day1.

In addition to leading workshops and conferences on Conflict, Vestry Leadership, Parish Weekends, Parishes as Systems and Welcoming the Stranger, Dean Donatelli is the author of articles on the Episcopal Church, marriage, arts and transformation in congregations and is co-author of a study guide to Rowan Williams "Writing in the Dust."

Todd is married to Becky and they have two daughters, Gina and Leah and a son-in-law, Tom Miceli. A native of Chicago, Todd is a graduate of the University of Georgia’s School of Journalism and a graduate of Virginia Theological Seminary. Todd enjoys cycling, gardening, cooking, photography and blues music.