Tedi Anne Hasapopoulos

Job Title

  • Adjunct Instructor
    MBA, Graduate School

Highlight

New product development and strategic planning, applied ethics, data and decision making, business plan development, marketing, customer insights and research. Recent developing expertise in diversity, equity and inclusion organization best practices.

Started at Bethel

2006

Education

  • University of Iowa - B.B.A., 1979
  • University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management - MBA, 1984
  • Bethel Theological Seminary - M.Div., 2006
  • Bethel Theological Seminary - D.Min., 2018

Biography

Hasapopoulos was involved in a number of new product launches for General Mills and has served as a consultant specializing in strategic planning and qualitative marketing research for numerous companies. She served Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose Initiative as a member of the Leadership Team. Her doctoral studies have been centered on ways in which faith and everyday work serve economic flourishing for our communities. Her doctoral thesis developed a learning model to assist emerging leaders-in all spheres of influence- to engage the transforming work of the Holy Spirit to empower their leadership.

Her professional consulting work centers on strategic planning for organization and for brands. She consults with individual business and non-profit leaders in their personal development and leadership expertise. She is developing expertise as a consultant in diveristy, equity and inclusion outcomes.

Her church leadership work centers on coaching and encouraging home church leaders in this particular expression of the Church.

Courses Taught

Marketing; Data Analysis and Decision Making; Strategy; Worldview, Ethics, and Leadership; Capstone; Mentored Leadership; Global Context Ministry

Publications

Woodruff-Tait, Jennifer. Faith and Work Church-based Course, ed. TediAnne Hasapopoulos, (2014) Christianity Today and Bethel Seminary Press.

Woodruff-Tait, Jennifer. Vocational Stewardship: Engaging Self-Discovery, Church-based Course, ed. TediAnne Hasapopoulos, (2015) Christianity Today and Bethel Seminary Press.

Hasapopoulos, TediAnne. The Economics of Flourishing: A Biblical Look into the Basics of Economics and Flourishing for Everyone, Church-based Course (2016) Bethel Seminary Press.

Hasapopoulos, TediAnne. The Spirit’s Work: An Everyday Guide for Opening to the Transforming Power of the Holy Spirit, Church-based Course (2017) Bethel Seminary Press.

Hasapopoulos, TediAnne. Leading Whole-life Discipleship: Exploring the Biblical Foundations Supporting Whole-life Discipleship, Church-based Course (2017) Bethel Seminary Press.

Hasapopoulos, TediAnne. Transformed Beyond Belief: Entering into the Work of the Holy Spirit (unpublished manuscript)

Presentations

The Economics of Human Flourishing, Panel Discussion, Bethel Seminary, November 15, 2017.

Who You Are. Workshop given at Light Church, Sacramento, CA, November 8, 2017

Why We Lead Through Identity. Workshop given at Light Church, Sacramento, CA, November 9, 2017

Faith and Work Integration. Workshop given at Plymouth Covenant Church, Plymouth, MN, April 3, 2017

Pastor Best Practices Forum, Panelist, Faith at Work Summit. October 28, 2016.

Work with Purpose: Vocation, Everyday Work and the Church Scattered. Workshop conducted at Converge Biennial Meeting, October 10, 2014. Presented by TediAnne Hasapopoulos, Facilitated by Justin Irving.

Areas of expertise

New product development and strategic planning, applied ethics, data and decision making, business plan development, marketing, customer insights and research.