Eugene Wilson has accumulated twenty-six years of ministerial leadership experience, including six-years as a senior pastor. He has also served in various leadership positions within the United Pentecostal Church International. Moreover, he possesses immeasurable insight in followership, having served under various leaders throughout a large portion of his ministry.
Eugene Wilson is a prolific writer. Currently, he writes a monthly column in the Pentecostal Herald, the flagship publication of the UPCI. He has also been published in various leadership publications, including, Inner Resources for Leaders. Eugene has conducted leadership training seminars at home and abroad, and has worked as a leadership consultant for both profit and non-profit organizations.
Eugene has a Doctorate of Strategic Leadership from Regent University, a Master of Arts in Human Relations from Liberty University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies.
He and his wife Kerri, and their two children, live near Memphis, Tennessee.