Dr. T. Tyronne Champion D.EdMin, Founder and President
Ethnos College is the passion of Founder and President Dr. T. Tyronne Champion. In 2017, being an avid teacher of the bible, his passion for biblical academic instruction, nonprofit work, ministry, and business knowledge led him to create a place where people could obtain quality education that would prepare them for ministry and the marketplace. His vision is to empower people to be world transformers, innovators, disciples, and biblical advocates for the gospel of Jesus Christ. Dr. Champion previously served as Senior Pastor of True Deliverance Ministries where he has preached and taught congregants for 25 years. He has worked in the nonprofit arena and fundraising for 25 years, and banking/real estate industry for 20 years.
Dr. Champion is very active in the community and has several commendations for his work. He is currently an active member of the PATH Foundation Community Action Committee. NAACP Chair Community and Economic Development Committee. He and his wife received the Fauquier County VA. Citizen of the year for Nonprofit work twice. Martin Luther King Community Service Award for nonprofit work. Dr. Champion received the Fauquier County Lee District Citizen of the year award and the Virginia Assembly House Joint Resolution Commendation for nonprofit and religious service. He also received the President Obama letter of Commendation for Community Service.
Dr. Champion received certificates from the University of Indiana School of Philanthropy, B.A. degree in Business Administration from Strayer University, M.A. in Practical Theology from Regent University and a doctorate degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr. Champion enjoys golf, fishing and traveling. He is married to his wife Felicia, and they have four children Alisha, Howard, Derek and Denzell.