The reputation of Glion is also due to its strong commitment in employing high qualified and experienced faculty and professional instructors. Glion has 50 full-time faculty and 27 part-time faculty that make-up the Glion and Bulle campuses.
For quick access to a specific faculty in this page, please click on one of the following links:
- Associate Degree
- Bachelor Degree Program
- Lecturers in Postgraduate Programs
- Professional Instructors
- General Education
- Visiting Lecturers
Nicolas Anderegg (view bio)
Part-time lecturer in Financial Management.
Part-time lecturer in Food and Beverage Management.
Paul Chappel (view bio)
Full-time lecturer in Food and Beverage Management.
Bertrand Ehret (view bio)
Full-time lecturer in Food and Beverage Operations
Dominique Ernotte (view bio)
Assistant Dean and lecturer in Rooms Division Operations
Full time lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Business Planning, People Management, Customer Service. Law Degree, University of Antwerpen, 1986
Marc Herbin (view bio)
Food and Beverage Lecturer
Karine Jung (view bio)
Proportional post lecturer in Rooms Division
Christian Kammer (view bio)
Full-time lecturer in Food and Beverage Operations
Egidio Marcato (view bio)
Full-time lecturer in Finance and Finance Teaching Team Coordinator over the three campuses
Assistant Program Leader - Associate degree. Full-time lecturer in Introduction to Hospitality Management.
Drazen Raguz (view bio)
Full-time lecturer in Rooms Division
Program Leader Associate Degree. MA Tourism Management
Full-time lecturer in Rooms Division.
Assistant Dean (Bulle Campus), MBA (HR) from the Edinburgh School of Business at Heriot-Watt University, 2005,Scotland. BBA in Accountancy from Queensland University of Technology, Australia, 1998.
Jackson Dang (view bio)
Full-time lecturer in Accounting/Finance, MBA with emphasis on Finance and International Business, University of Kansas, Kansas, USA, 1998.
Full-time lecturer in finance based subjects on both the Glion and Bulle campuses. BA in English, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA, 1971; Master Degree in Finance and Accounting, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA,1974; Certified Public Accountant, USA, 1977; Postgraduate Work in Accounting, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA, 1977
Head of Blended Learning and full-time lecturer in System Analysis, Tour Operations and Visitors Attractions Management; MA in Education, John Ruskin University, 2006; PGCE Post-compulsory Education, Anglia polytechnic University 2001; BA (Hons) in Social Sciences CNAA, Hatfield Polytechnic, UK, 1984
Lecturer in Marketing and Knowledge Management. MSc Business Administration Warwick Business School, 1973. BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science, Aston University 1972
Full-time Lecturer in Statistics and Knowledge Management, Master in Business Administration, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt, Germany, 2000.
Lecturer in Economics, marketing and organizational communications. MSc in Education, Nova South-eastern University, Florida 2006; MA in Economics with specialization in Monetary Economics and International Trade, University of Bombay, 1989. BA Economics, University of Bombay,1986.
Dean of Bulle Campus and Lecturer in Knowledge Management; BA (Hons) Geography, Middlesex University, 1978.
Full-time lecturer in Finance, Dissertation leader; MSc. University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 1999; M.P.S Cornell University, USA, 1994.
Full-time lecturer in Human Resources and in Leadership; MA Management, University of Kent, UK, 1982. Member of the Institute of Personnel Development.
Full-time lecturer in Finance; Masters of Sciences in Economics, Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland 1997
Full Time Lecturer in Event Management, Conference and Event Management, Marketing. BSc (Hons) Business and Computing Abertay, University, Aberdeen 1999, MSc Sport Management, Loughborough University, 2009
Full-time lecturer in Rooms Division Management and Degree Program Leader. MBA Open University, UK 2007; Professional Diploma in Management, Open University, UK, 2002; PGCE, University of Greenwich, UK, 1994; Higher National Diploma, Bournemouth University, UK, 1990.
Dr. John Rowlson
Full-time lecturer in Research Methods, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources Strategies. PhD Michigan State University 1982, M.Ed Michigan State University 1975, BSc. Ed Ferris State College 1969, BSc. Marketing Ferris State College 1968.
Full-time lecturer in Business Research Methods; MSc in International Hospitality Management – Leeds Metropolitan University, 2008; HND in Hotel, Catering and Institutional Management – Leeds Polytechnic, England, 1983.
Part-time lecturer in Marketing; MBA in Hospitality Marketing (in conjunction with La Universidad Europea de Madrid), Les Roches Swiss Hotel Association School of Hotel Management, 2005 ; Diploma in Tourism Studies, Instituto San Martín del Perú, 1991 ; BA (Hons) in Latin American Studies, University of Portsmouth UK, 1989
Maria Lazarev Zivanovic
Full-time lecturer in Tourism; MA in Tourism – University of Derby, 2006. Diploma in Hospitality Management, HIM, Switzerland, 1998
Claudio Zucco (view bio)
Full-time lecturer in Tourism in the Associate Degree and Bachelor’s Degree. Licence ès Lettres, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 1983. Brevet d’aptitude à l’enseignement secondaire, Etat de Vaud, Switzerland, 1985, Specialization for mentors, Institut Suisse de Pédagogie, Switzerland, 2000, Alumni Relations Director.
Student Affairs Manager; Higher National Diploma in Business Studies, University of Northumbria, UK, 1987. Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies, Newcastle Polytechnic, UK 1988
Eric Mabilon (view bio)
Program Leader, Full-time lecturer in Rooms Division Operations
Part-time lecturer in English, Communication and Personal Development; Higher National Certificate in Applied Physics, Croydon College, UK, 1978, College of Teachers Certificate (TESOL) for Business English, USA, 2007.
Please refer to Associate Degree lecturers section for details on the following persons
- Mr Bertrand Ehret
- Mr Drazen Raguz
Please refer to the Professional Instructors section for details on the following persons
- Mr Stephane Besnard
- Mr Patrice Didier
Please refer to the Bachelor Degree section for details on the following persons
- Mr Edmond Schofield
- Mr Jackson Dang
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program, PGD in Hospitality Management (with Honours) GIHE Glion 2004.
Stéphane Besnard (view bio)
Full-time Senior Service instructor in the Associate Degree program; BEP-CAP Service, St-Nazaire, France, 1984.
Carlos Da Silva
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program, Swiss Federal Diploma in Restaurant Business 2001.
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program; Brevet de Technicien Superieur, Ecole hoteliere de Dinard, France 1993
Full-time Junior instructor in the Associate Degree program; Diplome de Sommelier, Ecole Hoteliere de Laval, Quebec 2006
Franck Laruelle (view bio)
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program; FFA Lausanne, Apprentissage de Serveur, Busseau, France, 1988
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program; Certificat d’Aptitude Professionnelle Service et Cuisine, Ecole Simone Weil, Dijon France 1990
Patrice Oriol (view bio)
Professional F&B Service Instructor
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program; PDG in Hospitality Management, Glion, Switzerland. 2007.
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program; Master of Education, Endicott College, USA, 2007; Brevet d’études professionnelles en hôtellerie - cuisine, Nantes, France, 1988.
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program; FFA, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2005; brevet fédéral de chef de cuisine, Switzerland, 2001.
Full-time CBL instructor in the Associate Degree program, brevet fédéral de cuisinier en hôtellerie et restauration, 2002.
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree programs, Certificat d’aptitude Professionnel, Ecole St Alban Leysse, France, 1986
Mariano Palma Canenã
Full-time kitchen instructor in the Associate Degree program, Certificat de Cuisine, Centre de Formation Continue pour Adultes, Geneva, CH, 1995.
Full-time instructor in Pastry in the Associate Degree program; City & Guilds of London, UK., 1980.
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program; Brevet Fédéral de Cuisine, 1995; Certified Hospitality Educator, 1998.
Full-time instructor in the Associate Degree program, Baccalaureat Professionel Restauration, 1989,
Full-time Instructor in Cuisine in the Diploma / Postgraduate programs, brevet fédéral de maître d’apprentissage, Switzerland, 1972.
Flavia Van der Donk
Full time Housekeeping Instructor; Currently studying a Master in Education, Bulle. 2006 Northwood University USA - BBA (dual Major) in Business Management and Hotel & Resort Management, Hotel Institute Montreux, Switzerland. 2002 Swiss Higher Diploma University Center Cesar Ritz
Full-time Front Office Instructor, Diplôme de Spécialiste en Tourisme, Ecole Supérieur d’Hôtellerie et Tourisme, Bellinzona, Switzerland, 2005.
Part-time lecturer in French. License en lettres d’enseignement – section espagnol Université Paris, France.
Part-time lecturer in Learning Skills and Psychology of Leadership; Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Foundation for Human Enrichment, 2002; Masters in Social Work, University of Sacramento USA 1985; Degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences, University of California USA 1983
Full-time lecturer in Geopolitics and English. MA in Education, University of San Francisco 2005; BA in History San Francisco State University 2001.
Dr. Diane Clayton
Part-time lecturer Science and Society, Natural Science, Microbes and Men. PhD Biochemistry and Nutrition, university of Fribourg, Switzerland, 1988; BSc Biochemistry, university of Bath, UK, 1982.
Elizabeth Delbreil (view bio)
Full time lecturer in Information Technology; Diplôme Universitaire Technique (HES in Computer Science), University of Dijon, France 1992; Honours BA in English and French, University of Guelph, Canada 1987
Dr. Jon Ebersole
Proportional lecturer, Legislation and Contract Law, Psychology, PhD St. Gall University, Switzerland (2010), MA University of Lucerne (2008) MA State University of New York (1983), BA Earlham College (1981)
Full-time lecturer in Economics and Statistics; Master’s in International Management, Ecole des HEC, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1993.
Proportional post Language coordinator and English Lecturer – BA Hons , NUI, UCD, Dublin, Ireland, 1965. MEd. 2008 Endicott College USA.
Proportional post lecturer in Architecture and Design; Diploma in Architecture, Polytechnic of the South Bank, London, UK, 1982.
Lecturer in Information Technology; Masters in Business Administration , Rice University, 1991
Part-time Lecturer in Spanish; Diplômée en Sciences de l’Education, specialization in Spanish Literature, Universidad Central del Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.
Full-time lecturer in English and Languages Subject Leader; DEA (equivalent to MPhil), University of Nancy, France 1995; MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Birmingham University, UK 1992
Full-time lecturer in Computer Operations and IT Teaching & Team Coordinator for Glion campus; Diplôme EURIC, Switzerland, 1996.
Dr. Gordon Nicholson
Part-Time Lecturer in the History and Theory of Music. PhD in Music, Saybrook Institute, San Franscisco, USA, 1998; Master of Music, University of Alberta, 1974; Bachelor of. Music, Berklee College of Music, 1970.
Maya Ramati (view bio)
Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes ( Advanced and Upper Intermediate), Aspects of Non-European Cultures through Film and Literature.
Part-time lecturer in French; Diplôme de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure, Laval University, Quebec, 1972.
Dr. Michaela Ruppert-Smith (view bio)
Head of General Education, Full Time lecturer, English, Foreign Languages, Text & Image, PhD Claremont Graduate University, CA, USA,(1992); MA Claremont Graduate University, CA, USA, History/ European Studies (1983); BA German (1970)
Proportional lecturer in English. Diploma in English Literature, Open University Milton Keynes, UK 2004.
Part-time lecturer in the French Language; License en Lettres, Geneva University, Switzerland, 1978.
Proportional lecturer in English, Higher National Certificate in Biological Sciences, Stockport College, Stockport, Manchester, UK (1978).
Part-time lecturer in Psychology of Leadership; Master of Education, Université de Fribourg Switzerland, 2007, Master of Arts, Université de Fribourg, Switzerland, 2003
Programs are regularly enhanced by visiting lecturers. The following are currently involved with the bachelor degree programs offered:
MSc. in Tourism from the University of Surrey; Bsc. (Hons.) in Politics and Sociology, University of Bristol. Susan is currently the Marketing and Tourism advisor to PAN Parks Foundation (a consortium of European National Parks). She was a Honorary visiting Professor of Tourism, State University of New York and from 1996 to 1999, she was a visiting Lecturer at the University of Wageningen in Holland. She also worked as a consultant for Regina Coeli Taaleninstituut and as a visiting Lecturer for Les Roches International School of Hotel Management in Switzerland. Prior to that, she was a degree course leader and HND in Travel & Tourism Management, City College in Norwich. She had special academic and consultancy interests in heritage management and sustainable tourism development; 12 years experience in private and public sector tourism organizations, including airport, tour operators and tourist boards in Europe.
Lecturer in US Literature and US Conflict in Literature. MA, London University, 1971. She has taught for many years in the UK and in the USA. She lectures in literature in the USA and UK on contemporary literature specializing on US authors.
BA Modern History and Political Science, Trinity College, Dublin, 1965; Certificate in Further Education, Leeds University, 1974; Diploma in Further Education, Leeds University, 1984.
Senior Lecturer, City College, Norwich from 1970 to 1995 and has extensive teaching experience in liberal studies, communication, media studies. He also worked in Switzerland on the BA Hospitality Management program at Les Roches International School of Hotel Management in Switzerland.
Lecturer in Models for Medicine. BSc (Hons)in Middlesex University, 2000. Melissa is a herbal medicine practitioner working for a number of organizations and running her own business which specialises in developing themed projects.
MA Art History, University of Sussex, UK,1969; BA (Hons) in Fine Art, University of Reading, UK, 1968. Ian teaches “Words and Images”. He has extensive teaching experience, namely: Lecturer Open University; MA Popular Culture; Course and Dissertation supervision. He was also Head of Department of Cultural Studies and Senior Lecturer Art History at Norwich School of Art and Design. He is part of the Mural Commission and has also contributed to various Art exhibitions and has written numerous articles for specialized magazines.
Mrs. Jean Parsons Tellwright
Counseling Certificate, Exeter University, UK, 1996; BEd, University of London, UK, 1972.
Mrs. Tellwright is a Lecturer in Transactional Analysis. Her past experience includes positions as Counselor and Art Therapist at various establishments and being an Art teacher at a number of Secondary schools and institutions.
MSc. Information Technology, Kingston University, 1987; BA (Hons) History and Philosophy, University of East Anglia, UK, 1967.
He was an IT consultant to Norwich Union and formerly principal lecturer in hospitality management systems and related subjects at City College Norwich. He has many years of teaching experience at degree and masters level. He was also the designer and implementation leader for the quality system in use at City College Norwich. He has worked in amateur theaters for over 20 years as an actor and director.
Associate Degree / Postgraduate programs
Lecturer in Sport Retails, Sports Media and Managing World of Sport. MBA, International Management College , Buckingham, UK, 2001
Full time lecturer in Event Management Subjects. Master in Economics (Marketing and Event Management), University of Applied Science Osnabrueck and Flensburg, GER)
Full time lecturer in Events, Sports, Entertainment subjects. BA Marketing & Communications, Carlton University, Ottawa, Canada, 1974
Maya Ramati (view bio)
Full time language Teacher. Bachelor of Science in Communications – Broadcasting & Film, Boston University USA. Certificate in English Language Teaching to adults (CELTA), the Bell Language School, Geneva
Josephine Underwood (view bio)
Full time lecturer in Accounting. Business Studies & Finance Higher National Diploma, UK, 1990; Master Degree in Leisure and Tourism, University of North London, UK, 1998.
Dean of the Graduate School: Dr. Lyn Glanz (view bio)
Dr Lyn Glanz (PhD MSc, BSc, CQSW) experience includes consultancy in the design and delivery of international mobility and acculturation programs to multinationals and academic institutions in both the Netherlands and Switzerland. Her expertise centers on international mobility, cross cultural communication and leadership development. Dr. Glanz gained her PhD from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Her MSc , BSc and professional qualification in social work are all from the London School of Economics.
Director of Research: Dr Ian Jenkins
Ian Jenkins, (BSc Econ, MPhil, PhD, University of Wales) has worked in the tourism and leisure industries for the last twenty years as a researcher, senior lecturer, consultant and director of several research units. This work has resulted in numerous publications including industry reports, conference papers, academic articles and book chapters; he has also been a peer reviewer for journal articles. Some of the research projects he has been involved with have resulted in legislative change and improved industry standards. In addition, he has undertaken work for prestigious organizations such as UNESCO, British Council, British Standards Institute, Health and Safety Executive, VisitWales and CEN. His research and consultancy expertise ranges from niche tourism development through to risk management of adventure tourism products. Ian is currently an external examiner for the University of Birmingham at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. He has also recently been invited to be a PhD examiner at Cranfield Univesity.
Deputy Director of Research: Ruth Rios-Morales
Prior to joining the Laureate Group in Switzerland, Dr Rios-Morales (PhD, MSc, BSc) taught international business and finance at the School of Business Studies, Trinity College Dublin. Dr Rios-Morales obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Ulster were she taught politics of international business. After finishing her Ph.D., Dr Rios-Morales moved to Spain were she worked at the Universidad de Zaragoza. Dr Rios-Morales has published in top academic journals and her research has been acknowledged by international institutions such as the United Nations Conference on Trade and the World Bank. Dr Rios-Morales has also been engaged in advice and policy roles with institutions such as the Institute of International Trade of Ireland, State Failure Task Force of NATO and Oxford Analytica.
Program Leader MEd. - Peter Juskiw
A PhD candidate at Walden University, Minneapolis USA, Mr Peter Juskiw (MA, MCIPD, Cert Ed) has been a full member of GIHE faculty since January 2005. Before joining the faculty he lectured in the UK at various academic institutions such as West Herts College on courses accredited by the University of Hertfordshire, visiting lecturer at Middlesex University, Thames Valley, University in human resources related subjects on mainly professional and postgraduate courses. Before going into the lecturing profession he worked as a Human Resources Manager at Hewlett Packard and other blue chip companies. His research interests include human capital theory, career development, performance improvement and knowledge management.
Dr David Whittier
Ed D Boston University, Ed M Boston University, BA University of Vermont
Dr. Whittier works as Assistant Professor, Coordinator Program in Educational Media & Technology, Director IMC in BostonUniversity School of Education. As Director (2004-05) and Co-Director (2001-2004) of a US Department of Education PT3 grant (Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to use Technology), Dr. Whittier directed faculty development in designing and using Web-based and other resources to enhance teaching and modeling of the use of technology. The Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education and Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (CITE/JTATE) awarded Dr. Whittier the 2004 Technology Leadership Award for the Teacher as Software Developer program. Dr. Whittier served as k-12 media specialist in the Brookline, Massachusetts Public Schools and has produced a variety of instructional resources including an instructional videos such as Knowledge and Design (co-authored with David Perkins); Facing History and Ourselves; Kindergarten Science; French and Spanish language instruction; middle school mathematics; and The Expression Session, an aid to teaching self expression through music and poetry. Dr. Whittier serves as a consultant to schools and colleges, PBS program developers, and educational multimedia companies and is actively involved with other colleges and universities and the Massachusetts state department of education in advising the commissioner of education and other policy agencies on technology issues for all levels of educators.
MA Teaching and Learning, Anglia Polytechnic University, UK, 2003; BA (Hons) in Business Studies, Anglia Polytechnic University, 1997.
Carol began a teaching career in business studies at Great Yarmouth College of Further Education in 1981 after a career in various types of business organizations in England. She joined GIHE in January 2002 after 20 years experience in Further and Higher Education at Norwich City College and a short time at South Kent College. Carol holds 4 teaching qualifications and assessor and internal verification awards. In 2000 she was a member of the APU team and leader of Norwich City College Team which researched and introduced curriculum change. She has a history of continuing curriculum development at both Norwich and South Kent Colleges. She is also a member of the Institute of Learning and Teaching (ILT) since 2002.
Please refer to the Visiting Lecturers section for details on the following person:
- Mr. Jon Tremain
- Mrs Susan Clark
Please refer to the Master of Business Administration section for details on the following person:
- Ms Mary van der Boon
Program Leader MBA - Alain Gervaix
Alain Gervaix, lecturer of Economics and Statistics at Bulle Campus for the Graduate Program. His teaching experience includes Accounting & Finance, Quantitative Methods and International Management at Lausanne Hotel School where he was also academic coordinator and dissertation supervisor. Alain benefits from an international management experience in service sectors including, hospitality, real estate, trading and retailing, in Switzerland, Saudi Arabia and Thailand.
He possesses a Bachelor Degree in Economics and a Master Degree in International Management (MIM) from the University of Lausanne, and holds a Diploma in Hospitality Management from Lausanne Hotel School. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the Ecole des HEC, Lausanne, researching in the international management of service operations.
Dr. Jayanti Bondyopadhyay
PhD. International Trade, State University of New York at Buffalo, US, 1997; MBA, State University of New York at Buffalo, US 1984; BSc, Accounting, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, US 1977, Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Bertolon School of Business, Salem State College, USA.Dr. Bandyopadhyay was the Assistant Dean and Associate Professor of the Graduate School at Endicott College and she is not pursuing her career at Salem State University. She was previously a professor of accounting and international business at D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York. She completed her doctorate in International Trade and her MBA at the State University of New York at Buffalo and her bachelor’s degree in accounting from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has over ten years of corporate and public accounting experience and over fifteen years of teaching experience in accounting, marketing, management, and international business. She has been the Chair of the Department of Business at D’Youville College prior to joining Endicott College in her current position. She has researched and published in the areas of international accounting and entertainment industries. Dr. Bandyopadhyay has consulted in export market research for small businesses. Recently, she has authored and produced a commercial feature-length movie in India. She was also engaged in various other entrepreneurial endeavors.
Dr. David Horrigan
David Horrigan currently leads the Center of Marketing Excellence in Hospitality, Tourism, and Event Management at the Glion Institute of Higher Education and LRG University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland and is the Director of Marketing Curriculum. He has been teaching at university since 1993. David has a PhD in educational leadership and a MA in marketing communications from the University of Connecticut, a MEd in human resource education from Boston University, and a BA in multidisciplinary programs focusing on marketing, psychology and graphic design from the University of Massachusetts. David has consulted industry for the last fifteen years on integrated marketing strategies and brand development. His marketing communications career began with the Interpublic Group’s agency Dailey & Associates in Los Angeles and then with WPP’s agency Young & Rubicam in New York City.
David’s current academic and strategic focus is to bring international industry and academia together through curriculum integration and research. His research is intended to inform curriculum, contribute to the academic community, and offer strategic services to industry. David currently sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Vacation Marketing and Google's Global Academic Panel for their annual global online marketing challenge.
David obtained his fourth degree black belt in taekwondo in 2009 studying under Grandmaster Jae Hun Kim, student of General Choi, Hong Hi (acknowledged founder of modern-day taekwondo) and Grandmaster Jung Tae Park, president of the Global Tae Kwon Do Federation.
Full time lecturer in Marketing for undergraduate and MBA programme. MBA in Strategic Marketing from University of Hull 1999 covalidated by the Chartered Institute of Marketing. She has worked as extensively as consultant specializing in marketing and sales for the airline industry including Vice President Asia Pacific, RADIUS Global Travel Company, Director Regional Sales & Marketing Asia Pacific for Atraxis S.A, Marketing Manager for Air China & Gulf Air Central Europe; Emirates Airlines in Switzerland & Germanywhile also working for Ansett New Zealand Airline at the same time. She has a strong cross-cultural orientation to clients’ business issues in Multi-National Corporations and has created innovative solutions in global corporate strategy, international market penetration, and transformation of professional employees from single-dimensional and fearful travelers to cross-culturally sensitive global business citizens.
Dr Martin Senior
PhD in Services Marketing, Bournemouth University, UK, 1992; BSc Catering Administration, Bournemouth University, UK, 1987.Martin Senior started off working in hospitality operations in various organizations in the UK and then progressed to hotel and restaurant management. In 1987 he returned to full-time education to obtain a PhD and then moved on to manage a national project developing vocational qualifications for the UK hotel and catering industry. In 1994 he moved to Switzerland to become a management and marketing teacher, program leader and then eventually Dean. Martin Senior joined GIHE in 2007 as a teacher and has recently taken on the role of program leader for the new Glion Online MBA. Over the past 15 years he has also carried out several overseas teaching assignments, as well as teaching on a variety of distance and online MBAs for a range of UK universities. Martin Senior has also contributed to several conference papers and journal articles on service quality and education.
Mary Van der Boon
PHD candidate, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Business School, MBA in International Management Leiden University,The Netherlands. Mrs Mary van der Boon is founder and principal of global tmc international management training & consulting based in the Netherlands, www.globaltmc.com, specialising in intercultural management and diversity. She is distance learning faculty for the University of British Columbia\'s Centre for Intercultural Communication, an associate researcher at Nipissing University Canada, and lectures frequently on international business at universities worldwide.
Adjunct Professor as well as the president of a small e-based, management consulting business that emphasizes the integration of Information Technology with global business strategies. Prior to start-up of her company, she managed large hardware and software development projects for aerospace giants Honeywell, Loral, and Lockheed Martin. Since the late 80’s, she used the Internet to manage product set-up and manage the outsourcing of critical product developments to team members in the UK and Japan, where large potential markets for the products existed. Jan earned a BA in languages and economics at MacMurray College, US, 1968, an MBA at Boston University, US, 1978 and studied executive management of high-tech companies at Stanford University, US, 1983.
Please refer to the Bachelor Degree Lecturers section for details on the following people:
- Mr Henri Kuokkanen
Please refer to the Master of Education section for details on the following people:
- Mr Peter Juskiw