About William Lamb
William Lamb is a member of the Administrative Staff at Lee University (Cleveland, Tennessee) where he leads a diverse and global “service-learning” program for college students. In addition, he teaches courses on Christian Benevolence and Global Missions in the School of Religion, is a Gateway instructor for freshman classes, and is a lecturer in Lee’s Summer Honors program. He also leads international cross-cultural trips for students, each year. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and lead Chaplain with Bradley County Emergency Services. Lamb holds a B.A. in religious studies, a M.A. in Youth and Family, and a PhD in Organizational Leadership at Regent University. He is the co-author of Answers to Questions Youth Workers Parents and Pastors Ask and frequently published in ministry & leadership magazines and academic journal. He is in his second term as a member of the Tennessee Governors Commission on Volunteerism and Service. In addition, he serves on the board for Serving Paraguay in Itaugua, Paraguay SA. William is an ordained minister and a member of the Global Mission Committee for the Church of God of Prophecy and a Chaplain with the Church of God. William and his wife Angela, along with their children Tyler and Megan, Nick, and Ben, reside in Cleveland, TN.