Dr. Rhonda McEwen has been a Dialogue Education (DE) practitioner and educator since 2001. With extensive experience in adult and higher education and intercultural training, Rhonda is committed to grounding her teaching and learning design in the principles and practices of Dialogue Education.

Currently, Rhonda serves on faculty at Regent College, a graduate school of theology on the campus of UBC in Vancouver, Canada. In addition to her role as Associate Professor of Education and Culture, she also directs Regent Exchange – an educational research initiative which partners with churches in an exploration of Christian vocation and the common good.

Previously, Rhonda served on faculty at Biola University and Azusa Pacific University, and she has also taught courses at Wheaton College and Trinity International University. In addition to higher education, Rhonda has served in a variety of global contexts (particularly in Asia and Africa), including her work as Director of Training with the Chalmers Center for Economic Development and Food for the Hungry International.

With such a rich diversity of learners over the years, Rhonda has found that the learning-centered approach of DE is as applicable to doctoral students in university as it is to community-based learning in local organizations.

Rhonda’s educational background includes a PhD in Educational Studies; MA in Intercultural Studies; and BA in Linguistics.