About Us

Dominion Leadership University (DLU) is a premier Christian training institute located in Towson, Maryland. It began in 1983 as a one-year, in-house program for Kingdom Worship Center, training and equipping leaders for licensure and ordination. Since that time, the school has continued to evolve into a multifaceted institute with various course and program offerings as The Kingdom School of Ministry in 1996, The Perfecting the Saints Institute in 2004, and ultimately Dominion Leadership University (DLU) in 2007. The institute provides exceptional, inspirational, and revelatory, Christ-centered education and training to leaders and laity alike.

DU is committed to training and developing leaders for ministry work – in the church, the marketplace, and in life. The school’s objective is to educate, empower, and mobilize its students to serve and lead in their designated sphere of influence effectively. Courses and curricula are designed to prepare individuals to maximize who they are created and called to be and to fulfill their role in advancing the Kingdom of God.

Classes are offered on a trimester schedule and encompass various subjects from Servant Leadership to the Intersection of Faith and Society.

 For more information, please email us:

 [email protected].

DLU Staff

President  Ralph Dennis, Ph.D

Vice President – Gregory Dennis 

Executive Advisor Dr. Paul Mukundi  

Provost – Dr. Lois Anderson

Chaplain – Dr. Marsha Shaw

Registrar  Dr. Tracey Wheatley 

Bursar/IT Specialist  Tonya Banks

Peer Recovery Coordinator Carrie Jenkins    

Curriculum Specialist/Faculty Advisor Kristy Herring    

Administrator – Portia Wheatley


Dominion Leadership University is a religious educational institution operating in the State of Maryland
pursuant to an exemption granted by the Maryland Higher Education Commission, without a certificate
of approval from the commission, as specified in the Code of Maryland Regulations 13B.02.04.

Contact Us: (410)-377-3500   /  [email protected] / 6419 York Rd. Baltimore, MD 21212