The Rev. Dr. Dominique A. Robinson serves as the newly appointed inaugural Dean of Chapel and Assistant Professor of Religion at Wiley College – “the home of the Great Debaters” – in Marshall, TX. Dr. Robinson earned a B.A. in Government and Psychology from Georgetown University; a Master of Divinity and a Master of Theology, both from Candler School of Theology of Emory University; and a Doctor of Ministry degree in Gospel and Culture from Columbia Theological Seminary. She is the founder of iHomiletic™, a groundbreaking homiletic that employs social media linguistics and technology as a methodology to reconnect millennials to the Church. She is continuing her education, earning another doctorate at Christian Theological Seminary in the world’s first African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric PhD program.
Dr. Robinson has preached the Gospel across the United States and abroad in Guyana, South America, Barbados, Haiti, and Trinidad and Tobago. Her life’s goal is to fuse her doctrine, discipline, and testimony to be an effective advocate and ally for those who are marginalized.