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Gregg Lindberg

Job Titles

  • Adjunct Instructor in Business
    Business & Economics, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Teaching Partner
    Business Management (B.A.), College of Adult and Professional Studies
    Accounting (B.S.), College of Adult and Professional Studies
    Management Information Systems (B.S.), College of Adult and Professional Studies

Started at Bethel



  • Bethel University - Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration Human Resource Management, 2004
  • Bethel University - Master of Arts, Organizational Leadership, 2006
  • Hamline University - Masters of Public Administration, MPA, 2013

Areas of expertise

Human Resource Management, Organizational Development, Learning, Communication, Business Technology, and Public Administration.


Gregg currently serves as the Human Resource Manager for Three Rivers Park District, a natural resources-based park system located in the metro area that manages nearly 27,000 acres of park reserves, regional parks, regional trails and special-use facilities. At Three Rivers, Gregg Manages and provides direction to a team of human resource staff in the areas of organizational development, staffing, employee and labor relations, compliance, compensation, and safety management. Gregg serves as a City Council Member for the City of St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

Gregg has also served in human resource capacities for Bethel University, the City of Mendota Heights, and Nordic Ware. In his experience, Gregg has provided leadership and expertise in the development organizational universities, management and leadership development, succession planning, green recruitment, job analysis, pay structure development, human resource planning, safety management programs, human resource information systems, and employee relations programming.

Passionate about Christian higher education in the field of Human Resource Management, Gregg has served as an Adjunct Instructor for Bethel University in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Business and Economics Department and the College of Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS). Gregg has designed and instructed courses in compensation, strategic management, human resource information systems, talent management, and organizational development.

Gregg is a graduate of Bethel University with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Human Resource Management and Leadership, and a master's degree in Organizational Leadership. Gregg has also received a Masters of Public Administration from Hamline University. Gregg is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and as a Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Additionally, Gregg is an active member of the Twin Cities Human Resource Association (TCHRA), the Association for Training and Development (ASTD) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Courses Taught

College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Business and Economics

  • BUS105: Information Technology Applications
  • BUS130: Business Problem Solving
  • BUS208: Business Writing
  • BUS301: Principles of Management
  • BUS330: Compensation Theory and Practice
  • BUS331: Staffing, Training and Development

College of Adult & Professional Studies, Business Management (B.A.) program

  • BUSN302: Foundations of Human Resource Management
  • BUSN304: Business Communication
  • BUSN360: Information Technology Applications
  • HRMA305: Compensation
  • HRMA309: Human Resource Technology

Certificates and Licenses

Senior Professional in Human Resources, SPHR

Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional, SHRM-SCP

International Public Management for Human Resources Certified Professional, IPMA-CP

Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

Society for Human Resource Management

International Public Management Association for Human Resources

Association for Talent Development

Twin Cities Human Resource Association

National Public Labor Relations Association

Minnesota Public Labor Relations Association