A native of New Jersey, Dr. Mull-Anthony has a vast lifetime of ministerial, humanitarian and educational experience. She has preached, conducted seminars and lead conferences in countries throughout Europe, Africa, South America and across the United States. President of Tulsa Together and an executive board member of the Tulsa Christian Minister's Alliance, she has been awarded citations from Tulsa's Mayor and Oklahoma Governor Keating for her community involvement. She was recently invited to join the National Conference for Community and Justice's Racial Reconciliation Project, where she will serve as speaker for the project's Religious Leader's Forum. She is also a presenter on the Tulsa Metropolitan Ministries Christian Unity Issues Task Force. 

Rev. Chyanna Mull-Anthony holds a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy from Boston University, a Master's Degree in Pentecostal/Charismatic History from Oral Roberts University (with specialization in the contribution of women in ministry to Pentecostal/Charismatic Church History); a Master of Religious Education Degree from Oklahoma City University, a Doctor of Laws and Letters Degree from the Wesley Synod (North America), and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from the American Christian College and Seminary.