Dr. Annette R. Wright

DMIN, President and CEO
Conyers, GA
Responsibilities: The President's primary responsibility is to provide vision for the institution and continuous leadership and direction for the planning and operation of all aspects of the institution's academic programs and services in conformity with Board policies, rules, regulations, and State law.

Dr. Dominic Saxon Chief of Staff

Dr. Dominic Saxton

Chief of Staff
Montgomery, AL
Responsibilities: The Chief of Staff (COS) supports the President of the Institution and works with senior leadership to set strategic priorities, making sure the right people are talking about the right things at the right time, and ensuring that our student scholars stay at the center of all our planning and decision making. The COS helps identify areas where leaders should direct their focus as well as metrics for success. This role is also responsible for shaping the institution’s internal leadership communications so that staff members are informed and inspired so they can see how their day-to-day work connects to our mission of preparing students to reshape the global culture for the kingdom of Jesus Christ.

Mildred Santiago Vice-President

Mrs. Mildred Santiago

Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Charlotte, NC
Responsibilities: The Chief Operating Officer delivers institution-wide services and operational excellence to meet the organization’s evolving needs and strategic goals. The portfolio works in partnership with teams across the institution to drive innovation in order to transform and improve performance within and across functions. This role is responsible for functions relating to the institution’s finances, property, technology, legal, risk management, student affairs, academic affairs, research, innovation services, operational performance, business services, strategic planning, performance, governance, and sustainability.

Dr. Greg Wallace Governance and Accreditation

Dr. Greg Wallace

VP - Governance and Policy
Charlotte, NC
Responsibilities: The Chief Governance Officer is responsible for the Institution's Compliance, maintaining Academic Accreditation Standards, Integrity Affairs Department Employee Labor Relations, Student Complaints, and Equal Employment federal, state, and local regulatory compliance. Each of these units has significant responsibility for policy, legal, and regulatory compliance, and is positioned to serve as an early warning system to forecast developments that may affect the Institution, Faculty Members, and Students.

Dr. Shamarick Paradise Vice President and Provost

Dr. Shamarick Paradise

Provost and Vice-President of Academic and Student Affairs
Montgomery, AL
Responsibilities:The Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs, is focused to offering academic guidance, promoting exceptional teaching and research, and ensuring the overall success of the institution’s academic programs. The office has general supervision over all academic units and as such exercise authority overall all Deans and Directors.

Dr. Lamonte Tyler

Dr. Lamonte Tyler

Chief Technology Officer
Baltimore, MD
The role of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO), is to oversee the strategic planning, implementation, and management of technology systems and initiatives within the institution. Overall, the CTO plays a critical role in ensuring that the institution’s technology infrastructure is well-maintained, secure, and aligned with the institution’s strategic objective.

Warren Cannon Executive Program Manager

Mr. Warren Cannon

Project Manager Consultant
Loganville, GA
Responsibilities: The primary responsibility of the Chief Administrative Officer is to supervise the administration and operational aspects of the institution’s mission, ensuring the efficient and effective provision of services to faculty, staff and students.

Kim Warren

Executive Assistant
Orlando, Florida
Responsibilities: The Executive Assistant (EA) provides administrative support to the executives and senior management. The EA helps the executive staff with tasks such as scheduling, reviewing, prioritizing and responding to emails, answering and returning phone calls, organizing documents, maintain records, taking notes at meetings and any other administrative tasks that help the executives perform their job.

Dr. Linda Wallace ( Apostle) Executive Director- Apostolic and Prophetic Presbytery

Apostle Linda Wallace

Overseer for Commissioning of Apostles and Prophets
Charlotte, NC
Responsibilities: The Office of Apostolic and Prophetic Council & Commissioning provides oversight and governance to scholar students who are called to those offices. The council gathers some of the most respected prophetic and apostolic voices from around the world to pray and seek the Lord. This role also oversees the commissioning and ordaining of those who are led and called to those offices.

Fauzia Ahmed

Fauzia Ahmed

Administrative Assistant
Atlanta, Georgia
Responsibilities: The Administrative Assistant is a supportive role in the Executive Office. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for mailing and distributing information among co-workers, answering phones, and doing other administrative work.

Prof. Bank Ola

International Recruitment-Partner
Lagos, Nigeria
Advises international prospective students and families of admission requirements, transfer guidelines, financial aid and scholarship information. In addition, support prospective international students throughout the admission process by answering their queries and helping them to complete the required documents. Maintain the targeted metrics by converting prospective international students into confirmed prospects. Review applications for the eligibility and academic qualification. Participate in the decision-making process for admissions based on institution policies and guidelines. Additionally, the position is also responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with high school counselors, community stakeholders, embassies and other influencers to ensure the perception of the Institution is positive through a strong demonstrable understanding of the differentiators of the institution.

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