Beth Green, DPhil
Dr. Beth Green earned her DPhil from Oxford University, funded by a prestigious Economic and Research Council scholarship. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, Senior Fellow at the North American think tank Cardus, and a graduate of Oxford, Cambridge and London universities.
Dr. Green regularly publishes in the areas of school culture, religious schooling, and teaching and learning.
Marjory Kerr, PhD
On July 1, 2020, Dr. Kerr began her term as President and Vice Chancellor of Tyndale University. She came to this role having previously served for four years as President and Vice Chancellor of Booth University College (Booth) in Winnipeg, Manitoba, following a three-year term as the Vice President Academic and Dean.
Kevin Kirk, MBA
Kevin has been working in Christian higher education in Canada for nearly 30 years. His work has focused in the areas of strategic planning, fundraising, constituency relations, marketing, communications, government relations, and enrollment management. He has served on several industry boards and committees and has presented seminars at various conferences.
Kevin graduated from both the undergraduate program and seminary at Tyndale and has also completed an MBA degree (with a focus in marketing) from the University of Leicester in England.
Arnold Neufeldt-Fast, PhD
Dr. Arnold Neufeldt-Fast has taught primarily theology and ethics at both undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as courses in Christian spirituality. He has authored a number of articles and scholarly book reviews in both English and German and has translated a variety of German theological texts into English.
Dr. Neufeldt-Fast is also an ordained minister in the Mennonite Conference of Eastern Canada.
Glen brings over twenty years of expertise from financial, senior management, and administrative roles. Prior to joining the Tyndale Community he was the Executive Director of Davenhill Senior Living.
His extensive leadership experience includes working as the General Manager with Africa Inland Mission overseeing operations, human resources and information technology in Kenya. He was also the Executive Director for the Canadian charity, Mully’s Children Family Canada.
Barry Smith, PhD
Dr. Barry Smith came to Tyndale in 2011 as VP of Student Development after a significant period of time in the United States, initially pursuing his M.Div. degree in Kentucky before accepting a position at Roberts Wesleyan College (NY) as the Director of Admissions. During his 24 years at Roberts, Barry completed his PhD in Higher Education Administration from SUNY in Buffalo and was Chief Student Development Officer for nineteen of his years at Roberts. Since 2014, Barry has served as Senior VP of Academics - Undergraduate Studies and Student Development.