Quintin L. Robertson

D.Min. - Interdenominational Theological Center
M.Div. - Interdenominational Theological Center
M.B.A. - Clark Atlanta University
B.B.A. - Howard University, Washington

The Rev. Dr. Quintin L. Robertson, a native of Newark, New Jersey, is the Director of the Urban Theological Institute and the Black Church Studies Program. He holds ordination in the Baptist Church (Pennsylvania Eastern Keystone Baptist Association) and the Church of God in Christ. Prior to joining United Lutheran Seminary (ULS), he served as Director of Admission and Recruitment for the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta, GA.

Since his arrival at ULS he has seen the growth of African American students by over 120% and overseen the growth of the endowed chair in African American Studies by more than $600,000 and the collection of more than $400,000 in scholarship aid.  He has served as Interim Pastor of the Grace Baptist Church of Germantown, First Baptist Church of Philadelphia, First Baptist Church of Levittown-Fairless Hills and Central Baptist Church of Wayne, PA. He has preached at more than 25 colleges and universities.  He has preached and conducted seminars and workshops in the areas of Preaching, Worship, Theology, Church Leadership and African American Church History across denominational lines at local churches, associations, and conferences throughout the nation.

Mailing address:
7301 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119