Trisha Williams is passionate about helping students demonstrate love for God and His Word by helping them understand the world around them their purpose in it. The rhetoric of literature, history, and theology are the means she uses to engage students in this grand undertaking. After teaching full-time for VSA for six years, Trisha Williams became the Dean of Students in 2018. Because she loves the classroom so much she continues to teach an Omnibus and Rhetoric class along with other responsibilities. Trisha had the privilege of receiving a classical education K-12 grade from her book-loving parents and various university tutors. She graduated from LeTourneau University with a B.A. in English Language and Literature and a M.A.T. from Wheaton College in Education. When not reading, teaching, or working, Trisha loves to fellowship with friends and family (42 nieces and nephews and counting), a good cup of coffee always inspires her to write, and she believes that the best way to learn and serve people is to travel and observe. Her favorite author is Fyodor Dostoevsky. Don't ask her why because you probably won't have time to listen to her answer.