Point University Names Dunlap Chief Diversity Officer

Point University announced today that Dr. Nathaniel Dunlap Jr. has been named chief diversity officer. Dunlap will lead the University’s diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.

“I believe Nate is uniquely qualified for this assignment,” said Dean C. Collins ’79, president of the University. “His work experience and education, combined with his commitment to Christ and the authority of Scripture, will help us all walk in better unity.”

Dunlap founded the PRF Teaching Ministry and has served as chairman of the board and executive director of the PRF Institute. He holds a doctor of ministry in theories and practices of conflict transformation from New York Thological Seminary. He is the author of Don’t Leave Me Like This: Inspiration to Leave a Legacy. A veteran, both on active duty and in the Georgia Army National Guard as a commissioned officer, he has also taught 100,000 students through the U.S. Army Personal Financial Management Course at Fort Benning, Georgia.

“I am excited about the opportunity to serve Point University in this capacity,” said Dunlap. “It seems that my life’s work thus far in ministry, the Army, and the nonprofit sector has positioned me to tackle some of the nuances and challenges of diversity, equity, and inclusion work with a Christ-like love. I am eager to serve alongside the students, staff, faculty and President Collins as we further infuse DEI into the life of the University and the surrounding community. This is our moment!”