breakout class teacher
Curtis Alexander King is the associate director of the Siburt Institute for Church Ministry at Abilene Christian University (ACU) and the interim associate minister of the North 10th and Treadaway Church of Christ (Abilene, TX). His previous experiences include theatrical stage managing and spotlight operating at the Los Angeles Inner City Cultural Center; working in public relations and marketing at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC; and serving as Community Relations Director for the Alliance Theatre Company and for Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company in Atlanta, Georgia. He holds an Associate of Arts degree from Southwestern Christian College; a Master of Business Administration degree from Howard University, a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry degree and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from ACU, where he is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree. King coordinated the National Freedom in Christ Conferences held at ACU in 2011 and 2013. He also worked closely with an organizing team led by Dr. Jerry Taylor to help coordinate several regional Racial Unity Leadership Summits: Abilene (TX), Memphis (TN), Nashville (TN), and Atlanta (GA). He serves on the advisory committee of the Carl Spain Center on Race Studies and Spiritual Action.