Dr. Rhonda McEwen is a lifelong educator with a deep commitment to integrative theology for all of life. In addition to her teaching role, she directs Regent Exchange – an educational initiative which partners with churches in an exploration of Christian vocation and the common good.
With a wealth of experience in adult and higher education, Dr. McEwen has worked with a diversity of learners in both formal and non-formal educational settings. Previously, she served on faculty at Biola University and Azusa Pacific University. She has also taught at Wheaton College and Trinity International University.
In addition to higher education, Dr. McEwen has served in international mission and community development contexts, including her role as Director of Training with the Chalmers Center for Economic Development, Food for the Hungry International, and OMF.
Dr. McEwen grew up in Ottawa, Canada, and has since lived and worked in Asia, Africa, and North America.
Areas of expertise
- Transformative learning and social change
- Community development
- Educational theory and learning design
- Intercultural pedagogy/dialogue
- Non-formal education