“I find him to be a professional who takes his tasks and goals very seriously.  His experience in educational administration, artistic endeavors and speaking make him an asset to any institution.  Tracy displays integrity and a desire to continue learning new skills for success.”

— Lee Barnett, DMin, Vice Provost for Student Affairs at Columbia Southern University


“I have worked with Tracy in connection with his role as president of one of our member colleges… I observed Tracy to be a person of high integrity and leadership perseverance.  He demonstrated high intelligence, Christian scholarship, an earnest commitment to serving Christ, and a strong disposition to hone his admirable gifts by continuing to learn and grow.”

— Ralph Enlow, EdD, Retired President at the Association for Biblical Higher Education


“Within the context of the professional context we both worked previously, I observed Tracy’s leadership and communication skills.  He led an organization through a rigorous quality improvement process with a positive outcome which benefited the organization and its primary constituents.”  

— Clay Ham, PhD, Education Associate at the South Carolina Department of Education


“Tracy Marx is passionate.  A hard-working individual who knows how to get the job done quickly and effectively, Tracy rolls up his sleeves and gets any job done.  His ability to work well as part of a team is overshadowed only by his ability as a leader.  He exhibits superior communication skills, is a man of incredible integrity, gets along well with people and is highly respected by his colleagues, family and friends.  His innovation serves him and anyone he is serving extremely well.”

— Joyce Oglesby, Owner/Founder at Beyond This Point Ministries


“We both served as Bible College presidents in two separate colleges. We are coworkers in ministry, though we were not coworkers at an individual Christian College.  Tracy is a very talented leader with the perfect combination of being purpose-driven and people centered.  He relates extremely well with people and knows how to engage others in team problem-solving. He is very capable as an effective administrator in both planning and organization. You would not be disappointed in either his commitment, or his work ethic, as he is a very self-disciplined and relational leader.”

— Ronald L. Oakes, DMin, Church Consultant