Dr. Ewest has worked in higher education for the last 11 years teaching entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, economic development, nonprofit management, economics and organizational theory. His research interests include: issues surrounding faith and work, leadership and pro-social behavior, and leadership in social entrepreneurship. He has published numerous journal articles, conference presentations, and contributed to two leadership books.
His prior work experience includes: 9 years of ministry, 11 years in higher education and 5 years in corporate America. Currently he lives in Houston, TX, teaching and conducting research at Houston Baptist University. His international travel focuses on China. Dr. Ewest holds a Masters Degree in Theology from Wheaton College, a Masters 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 Ph.D. in organizational theory from George Fox University.