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Lachuné Boyd ’16


Occupation: Vocal Coach, Artist-in-Residence, and graduate student at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Success Stories

I was born and raised in the low country of South Carolina. My first music education was inside of an African American traditional church. However, it wasn’t until my first year of community college where I decided to pursue music and was given lessons by a music instructor who eventually introduced me to Dr. Cheryl Greene, a voice professor at NGU.

I made a profession of faith at the age of sixteen; however, it wasn’t until my early twenties that I experienced a level of affection for God and a change in the disposition of my heart that I knew only could come from Him. What I confessed to believe became more apparent in my everyday life and in my prayers.

I currently serve as artist-in-residence at Birchman Baptist Church in Fort Worth, TX, and a vocal coach at Septien Group which is a pop artist development program founded by Linda Septien. I am also a graduate student of music at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.


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