Rev. Dr. Timothy Ewest Associate Professor of Management, and M.B.A. program director, has worked in higher education since 2002 teaching management, leadership, ethics, corporate social responsibility and stewardship. His research interests include issues surrounding the integration of faith at work, and prosocial leadership. He has published journal articles and books on prosocial leadership and faith at work. He has also been invited as an editor for academic journals.
Besides his duties at Houston Baptist University, Dr. Ewest has worked as a Visiting Research Collaborator with David Miller at Princeton University’s Faith & Work Initiative and as a member of the United Nations Think Tank on Responsible Management. He also consults with organizations focusing on strategy, ethics, and leadership development. His prior work experience includes 11 years in ministry, 15 years in higher education, and five years in corporate America.
Dr. Ewest holds a Master’s Degree in Theology from Wheaton College, a Master’s degree in Theology from Regent University, an M.B.A. from George Fox University, is an ordained minister in the Christian and Missionary Alliance, and holds a D.Mgt. from George Fox University.