Brian Albright Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor of Business and Management

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  • Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, Eastern University
  • Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies, International Development Concentration, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • Master of Arts in Business Administration, Azusa Pacific University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, Azusa Pacific University



  • Strategies for Business as Mission/Social Entrepreneurship, M.B.A.
  • Current Issues for Business as Mission/Social Entrepreneurship, M.B.A.
  • Enterprise Development in International Development, M.B.A.
  • Contemporary Issues in Nonprofit Management, M.B.A.
  • Boards, Committees and Leadership, M.B.A.
  • Business Environment, undergrad
  • Business as Mission, undergrad
  • Business Ethics, undergrad
  • Leadership Skills, undergrad



  • 2014 Dissertation Award, Eastern University -Title "When Business is the Mission: A Study of Faith-Based Social Business in Sub-Saharan Africa"
  • Living Room International Ministries - Chairman of the Board, 2009 – 2015
  • - Editorial Board Member, 2014 – present


  • Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA)
  • International Leadership Association
  • Christian Community Development Association
  • Society for Business Ethics
  • Sigma Beta Delta Honors Society



  • Social Entrepreneurship and Business as Mission



  • Albright, Brian. 2015. “When Business is the Mission: Spiritual and Social Outcomes of Faith-Based Social Business in Sub-Saharan Africa”. William Carey International Development Journal, Vol 4, Issue 1: Spring.
  • Albright, Brian, Min-Dong Paul Lee and Steve Rundle. 2014. “Scholars Needed: The Current State of Business as Mission Research.” BAM Scholarship and Research Issue Group Report, Business as Mission Think Tank.



  • “BAM: A Strategic Church Planting Model,” Workshop Presenter/ 2015 International Conference on Missions (ICOM), Richmond, VA
  • “The Purpose of Business in Accomplishing God’s Mission,” Keynote Address / 2015 Korea Association of Logos Management (KALM) Conference, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA
  • “Cross-Cultural Lessons Learned: Pre-existing Racial Hierarchical Stereotypes in Partnership,” Workshop Presenter/ 2014 Marketplace Revolution Conference, Grand Rapids, MI
  • "Practicality of Matthew 28 on the Mission Field”, Chapel Speaker / Spring 2006 Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA



I love going to movies at the theater, playing golf and basketball, and am an avid fan of Drum Corp International, the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers and the Michigan Wolverines.



“The intrinsic value of business is (1) to provide the community with goods and services that will enable it to flourish, and (2) to provide opportunities for meaningful work that will allow employees to express their God-given creativity. The instrumental value of business is (1) to generate funds to sponsor God’s desired activity and (2) to serve as a platform from which Christians can share their faith with others.”

Jeff Van Duzer, Why Business Matters to God