Barry LeBlanc holds a Master’s degree in Music Education from UGA and Practical Theology from Regent University. His role as an adjunct college professor in ethics and his role in Christian ministry and pastoral leadership have led him to develop a growing passion for logic and rhetoric studies. His professional career includes 14 years in education as a band director; 12 years in full-time church music and worship ministry; 7 years in full-time pastoral ministry; and 7 years as an adjunct college professor, where he continues to teach music appreciation and ethics.
Currently, Barry pastors a small church in Indianapolis and does occasional chaplaincy at two area hospitals. He also teaches percussion and enjoys performing with community groups when his schedule allows. Barry and his wife Cindi live in Noblesville and have two married children and four grandchildren, two of whom attend the Academy.