Dr. Trevor Alexander
The Right Rev. Dr. Trevor Alexander was born in Romford, Essex, in England. He and his wife the Rev. Dr. Emma Alexander, have three wonderful girls. Bishop Trevor holds an undergraduate degree from the University of the Incarnate Word, in Psychology (holding an emphasis on family) and Religious Studies, along with a Master of Arts degree in Pastoral Ministry from Oblate School of Theology, and a Doctor of Divinity Degree from St. Thomas Christian College & Seminary, Jacksonville, Florida.
Bishop Alexander is currently serving at the University of Incarnate Word as the Protestant Chaplain and Adjunct Faculty at the University of the Incarnate Word. Amongst his other accomplishments he is the Senior Pastor of True Vine Church and the Southwest Texas Regional Bishop for the Kingdom Council of Interdependent Christian Churches & Ministries.
Bishop Trevor has published serval articles on matters pertaining to the African American community and has presented in numerous conferences, locally, nationally and internationally. On February 15, 2016, he was inducted to the San Antonio Black Worship Hall of Fame. During the month of February in 2018, Bishop was recognized by the University of the Incarnate Word, Black History Month Committee, with the Alumni of Distinction Ward.
"I don't teach to impress; I teach to impact." Bishop Trevor D. Alexander
Dr. Emma Marie Alexander was born in Misawa, Japan, while her father and mother were stationed in the Air Force. She met her husband Bishop Trevor Alexander while they were both stationed in West Germany, in March 1985. The two were married August 27, 1988, in Sacramento California. They are the proud parents of three beautiful girls.
Dr. Emma Alexander received her undergraduate education at California State University, Sacramento, California. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree (Business Administration with minor in Business Management) and her Master of Arts Degree in Religious Studies from the University of the Incarnate Word. Received her Doctor of Biblical Studies, from Bread of Life Christian University Theological Seminary. Dr. Emma has over twenty years in the education field. She has served as Principal, Vice Principal, Curriculum Instructor, Classroom Teacher and currently holds a Principal and Superintendent Certification from the State of Texas.
"Without faith, nothing is possible. With it, nothing is impossible." Mary McLeod Bethune
Dr. Emma Alexander
Greetings I’m Rhonda Yvette Brown,
I’m a native of San Antonio, Texas where I attended and graduated from Highlands High School. I went on to attend Angelo State University graduating with an Associates of Science in Nursing Degree, then graduated from Wayland Baptist University with a Bachelor of Christian Ministry Degree, following that I went on to complete graduate work receiving a Master of Education in Curriculum Instruction from Concordia University. I have over 25 years of experience as an educator and I want every child to be affirmed and equipped with the knowledge that they were created for greatness with their diversities. I desire to see all people walk out their destiny in life and live well.
Rhonda Brown, M. Ed
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." Mayou Angelou
J. Anthony Brown
Blessings to all, I am J. Anthony Brown- a life-long learner, and a lover of Christ.
Born in Mobile, Alabama, my father moved our family here to San Antonio when Brookley Air Force Based there in Mobile closed in the late 60’s. I am a product of the San Antonio Independent School District where I graduated from Louis W. Fox Technical High School with a strong emphasis in music. As a young man I entered the United State Air Force and served my country honorably. After leaving the military I wrapped up my undergraduate work in a Biological Science degree from Wayland Baptist University. I was fortunate to also complete a Master of Education degree in Transformational Leadership from Concordia University. Presently I am working to complete a doctorate in education with emphasis in Transformational Leadership and the impact of Trauma.
My experience in education spans some 20 plus years, everything from teaching music classes, a general education teacher, and on to various leadership roles. My reason for working in the ministry of education is primarily to help guide young people to Christ. I take great joy in helping young people reach a level of academic mastery but more than that, to help point them to salvation and a personal relationship with the Lord.
J.Anthony Brown, M.Ed.
“Children learn more from what you are than what you teach” W.E.B. DuBois
Eunice Grant has applied her Master of Arts in Management through building solid teams in numerous child development centers over the past 25 years.
Her passion is teaching and training using object lessons to provide the skills and tools necessary for the learners to thrive in their educational environment. Eunice’s love for sustainable teaching is based in the proverb,
"If you give a man a fish you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime." Confucius