Dr. Terry LeBlanc
Ph.D., Asbury Theological Seminary, 2012;
Areas of specialization: Intercultural Studies, Mission, Theology, World Religions.
Professor LeBlanc is a Mi’kmaq-Acadian has been active in full-time vocational ministry with the Native North American community since 1978. He is currently CEO and Director of My People International and NAIITS. He has convened and chaired many initiatives within the Native community – both Christian and non-Christian. As a consequence, Professor LeBlanc’s interest in formal education has been diverse. He has been the recipient of three fellowships and the Student of Highest Distinction award. He completed his Ph.D. at Asbury Theological Seminary.
- Ray Aldred, Cree, Ph.D. (Cand) (London School of Theology)
- Cornelius A. Buller, Ph.D. (McMaster University)
- Cheryl Bear, Carrier Sekani, D.Min. (Masters University)
- Jacqueline Ottmann, Salteaux, Ph.D. (University of Saskatchewan)
- Wendy Peterson, Métis, Ph.D. (ABD) (Asbury)
- Michael Rynkiewich, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota)
- Patrick Scott, Ph.D. (University of Dundee, Scotland)
- Andrea Smith, Cherokee, Ph.D. (University of California Santa Cruz)
- Randy Woodley, Keetoowah, Ph.D. (Asbury)
- Jeanine LeBlanc, Mi'kmaq