Raymond has an eclectic background with work experience in marine sciences, business, communication, film and media arts. His love of the dramatic arts and helping Christian theater ministries led him to switch directions later in life from his day job of managing Jamaica’s largest fish farming operation to completing a PhD in Communication at Regent University. He went on to teach at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. At George Fox, Raymond helped the Cinema and Media Communication major to grow significantly into the vibrant program that now exists.
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.