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Gothenburg Christian School of Business is the new ambitious business school in Sweden, aiming to deliver first class teaching that will help you to grow, excel and thrive withing your industry.


David Leslie has a diverse background with experience in merchant banking, information technology, property, executive consulting, education services, childcare and philanthropy. He is affecting the world through an organization called "Kingdom Investors" through teaching on how to do "God´s will in the markedplace". It exists today in 80 languages and is reaching 70 million people in more than 150 countries.

David Leslie and his ministry partner, Dave Hodgson (from Kingdom Investors) were invited to the Whitehouse in November 2019 for a briefing meet. This was a result of the impact Kingdom Investors-teachings have had on the Hispanic church in the USA and South Africa. David will bring these powerful teachings to the business school in Sweden. He is also the managing director of Crestcorp, an organization focusing on funding change and prospering all. Some of Leslie´s favorite subjects are "Finding Your Assignment" and "Trade God´s way".

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Hugh Marquis has built international corporations for thirty-two years. He calls Australia home but has travelled to 90+ nations, encountering social injustices such as human trafficking, poverty, and hunger. These experiences inspired a journey to transform societies rooted in greed, fear, and corruption towards ones motivated by caring, sharing, and prosperity.

Marguis is leading TL Transformational Leadership Australia, an organization which goal is to bring transformation to the nations by helping people achieve their God-given potential, that will result in long-term change and improvement within organizations. It uses common language for dealing with conflicts and difficult issues to maximum results. The tools, ingredient, and recipes taught in this leadership training, will drive unity, remove constraints, and empower growth in any organization.

United States

Dr. Deloris S. Thomas serves as president of The Joseph Center executing the vision to eradicate poverty through entrepreneurship. Her responsibilities include the strategic and global operational leadership for the nationally accredited Joseph Business School and its related entities. Dr. Thomas traveled to over 60 countries expanding the flagship entrepreneurial program to 22 locations across six continents, and empowering people to become successful entrepreneurs. Previously, Dr. Thomas held leadership positions in Brand Management and Strategic Planning at Fortune 500-companies such as Xerox, Kraft Foods, and Sears, Roebuck & Company.

Dr. Thomas was selected for a Notamble Woman in Education Award in the May 28, 2018 edition of Crain´s Chicago Business. Dr. Thomas authored the book, Awaken to Leadership and a contributing author for the book titled, Organizational Metaphors - Faith as Key to Functional Organizations; Chapter Nine, Vineyard as a Metaphor.

Dr. Thomas holds a bachelor´s degree in Marketing from Bentley University, a Master´s in Business Administration from Haavard University Graduate School of Business, and a Ph. D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University. Dr. Thomas is happily married with children.


Arleen Westerhof earned her Ph.D. in Chemistry in Canada. After completing a post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of London, she moved to Amsterdam to work as an expatriate for a large multinational corporation. Westerhof is also the founder and executive director of the Economic Summit, an annual invitation-only summit which aims to find and ignite inspired solutions for global economic transformation.

The Economit Summit launched the Center for the Economics of Mutuality in 2020, in collaboration with the Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University ( and Arleen is an advisor to several Ministers of Finance and Heads of State on business and economic matters. Some of her favorite subjects are Economics of Mutuality and New Mutual Business Ecosystems.

Westerhof is also the Lead-Pastor of the God´s Embassy Church in Amsterdam and advisor to The Coalition for Apostolic Reformation (CAR), a network devoted to promoting the practical application of principles inspired by Christian faith in every sphere of influence in society.


Terje Nordboe is a Norwegian entrepreneur living in Sweden, and the founder and director of Gothenburg Christian School of Business. He holds a double-degree Executive Master of Business Administration from ESCP Europe (European School of Management) in Paris, France (, in collaboration with BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, Norway ( He also holds a Digital Business Development Master from Centre for Information Logistics (CIL) at Linnaeus University in Ljungby, Sweden.

Nordboe has worked within the media industry for more than a decade, done plus fifty professional newspaper projects e.g. in collaboration the UK-national newspaper, The Daily Telegraph in London, as well as other well-known Nordic media houses. He has also seved as a board member of the Norwegian-Swedish Chamber of Commerce based in Gothenburg (2012-15) together with other board assignments from 2013.

Nordboe will be teaching once per semester and his favorite subjects are digital transformation, international sales and strategy.

A Quote From Proverbs

The generous soul will be made rich, and he who waters will also be watered himself.