Assistant Professor of Communications; Chair of the Communications, Media & Theatre Arts Department, Director of Forensics & Debate
Ken Troyer serves as the Director of Forensics & Debate and Assistant Professor of Communication at Sterling College.
Ken taught 13 years in Kansas public schools as a forensics and debate coach as well as teaching public speaking and drama. His teams won multiple state championships, with individual students not only winning state championships, but national titles as well.
Matthew hails from a small town in the Catskill Mountains about an hour outside Albany, New York. He received his BA in Theatre Arts & Political Science from Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, NC, and his MFA in Acting from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. Matthew has been acting in both educational and professional theatres up and down the east coast since 3rd grade.