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Ollie Gibbs

Adjunct Education Professor

B.A., Bob Jones University; M.Div., Grand Rapids Seminary; M.A., Grace Theological Seminary; Ed.D., University of Georgia

Ollie Gibbs earned a Doctor of Education degree in Curriculum and Supervision from the University of Georgia.  Dr. Gibbs has been active in Christian education since 1972, serving as teacher, administrator, college professor, ACSI Vice President and Regional Director, consultant, convention speaker, and curriculum developer.  In addition to serving as an adjunct professor for the College of Education, Dr. Gibbs has also been a speaker for the Lowrie Center's International Institute for Christian School Educators at CIU.

Teacher and middle school principal, Salem Academy, 1972-78; faculty and Education Department chair, Western Baptist College, 1978-82; Southeast Regional Director, Association of Christian Schools International, 1982-86; vice-president, Association of Christian Schools International, 1989-1996; Headmaster, Lexington Christian Academy, 1996-present; vice-president, Christian Academic Publications and Services, 1996-present.