Ph.D., Regent University
M.Ed., California State University
B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology
|2014 - Present||
|2004 - 2014||Regent University
Program Director, Master of Arts in Strategic Foresight
Adjunct and Assistant Professor
|1990 - 2007||Global Service Associates
|1986 - 1990||
The Lausanne Movement
|1982 - 1986||World Christian
|1980 - 1982||Institute of International Studies
Dr. Jay Gary joined the faculty of the School of Business at LeTourneau in 2014. He serves as an associate professor of leadership who also directs the Graduate programs in business, leadership, health care and engineering management, and speaks to business groups on topics such as 'future proof your company' to help managers respond to trends that are reshaping their industries.
Before coming to LeTourneau, he served for eight years as professor of foresight to graduate students from the MBA to PhD, as well as 15 years to non-profit, public, and private enterprises, as a strategic management consultant in operations research, trend analysis, horizon scanning and issues management. Throughout the '90s, he worked as a "millennial consultant" helping communities mark their passage into the 21st century. In 1994, he penned the first inspirational book on how to celebrate Christ's 2,000th jubilee.
Dr. Gary is best known among evangelical audiences for launching the ‘Perspectives on the World Christian Movement’ program in 1982, which has enrolled over 100,000 students since its inception. Following that, he worked as an alliance manager for the Lausanne Movement, founded by evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham.
25 published papers and 65 presentations on strategic and social foresight, temporal styles, environmental scanning, Delphi panels, professional foresight, global issues, and Jesus studies.