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Lecturer
The quality of a program is only as good as the quality of the lecturers. It is essential to know your lecturer and his or her qualifications and experience. Our lecturers are based in Cambodia full time to best serve students.

Lecturers at CamEd Business School are internationally qualified, experienced lecturers selected through a rigorous evaluation process. All lecturers are subject matter experts with real world experience with leading companies and institutions.
Casey Barnett, CFA, FCCA, MBA
Teaching International Financial Reporting (F7)
Casey is the President of CamEd Business School as well as a lecturer. He was a World Bank consultant in the area of public sector financial reporting. He is an expert in IFRS and trains finance professionals from esteemed multinationals such as PwC, KPMG and E&Y. He is an advisor to the National Accounting Council. He is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and holds an MBA in finance from Columbia Business School. He is a CFA charterholder.
Prof. Dr. Ros Chantrabot
Teaching Khmer Culture and Civilization
Dr. Ros Chantrabot received his doctorate in 1978 in Paris, France in the field of political science. He is a full member of the Royal Academy of Cambodia and is an advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen, a role that has the status of senior minister. He is the author of many French language and Khmer language books on history and politics. These include Moving towards Peace in Cambodia (2013), Preah Sdach Kon (2007), Preah Kahn Temple (2006), History of the Khmer (1998), and Khmer Republic (1979).
Douglas Froggatt
Teaching FA1 Recording Financial Transactions, FA2 Maintaining Financial Records, FMA Management Accounting and FFA Financial Accounting
Douglas came to Cambodia after working as a senior auditor in the UK. Douglas has served as interim Director of CamEd, technical assistant of an aid organization within the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Senior Auditor in Arnold Hill and Branch Manager and Examination Coordinator of ACE. He holds a BSc Mathematics from Imperial College and is an Associate Member of The Royal College of Science.
Dr. Juliet Cadungog-Uy
Teaching FAB Accountant in Business and MA2 Managing Costs and Finances
Dr. Uy has proven masterful in concisely teaching the volume of management and business knowledge for the ACCA F1 exam. Her students earn high scores and award her high evaluations in return. Dr. Uy was formerly a lecturer and the Dean of the College of Business and Accountancy of Negros Oriental State University. She is an associate member of the National Research Council of the Philippines and a member of the Philippines Council of Deans and Educator in Business. Well qualified, Dr. Uy holds a Doctor of Management, a Master of Arts in Education, an MBA, and a Bachelor of Law.
Douglas Mani-Kandt, MID
Teaching Microeconomics and Leadership Philosophy
Douglas is a former finance manager with the US Small Enterprise Assistance Funds. He has also worked as a project analyst for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC). He holds an M.A. in International Development from America University, an M.S. in Labor Studies from the University of Massachusetts, and a BA in History from Duke University.
Martin Svaitko
Teaching Political Science

Martin holds a Phd. in international relations and is currently lecturing on political science at CamEd. Throughout his career he has worked in the corporate environments of the US, the EU and Asia. He has also taught and lectured in the UK, Slovakia and Malaysia.

Ky Sereyvath, PhD in Economics
Teaching Macroeconomics
Dr. Ky Sereyvath is a researcher and lecturer in the field of Economics. He was a visiting professor in Macroeconomics at Changwon National University, Republic of Korea. He also was a part-time professor in Economics in Cambodia. Dr. Sereyvath holds a PhD degree in Economics from Changwon National University, Republic of Korea in 2011.
Ho Varabott, MA, CEFA
Teaching FFM Foundations in Financial Management
Before joining CamEd Business School, Varabott has worked for Leopard Capital Asia primarily focused on frontier markets and previously 18 years in major international financial institutions such as Credit Suisse, Aberdeen, Banque Hottinguer and AXA. His overall experience encompasses private equity, private banking, asset management, bancassurance and investment banking across Europe & Asia. He holds an MBA from the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business and is a Certified EFFAS/CIIA (European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies) Financial Analyst.
Janice Ng, DESS
Teaching FMA Management Accounting and FAU Foundations in Audit
Janice Ng teaches FMA Management Accounting and FAU Foundations in Audit. Prior coming to Cambodia, Ms. Ng was working in PricewaterhouseCoopers and has audit experience in financial sectors such as banking, investment funds and asset management. She also has teaching experience in accounting at HEC Montreal (University of Montreal). She holds a bachelor of accounting and a graduate diploma in accounting from HEC.
Samuel A. Whitley, BBA
Teaching English I & II: Essay Writing and English Literature
Sam holds a BBA in Business Management with Emphasis in Entrepreneurship from Texas State University. He is a TEFL certified English lecturer and has taught English to all ages and skill levels since moving to Cambodia. His passion for education stems from his time as an outdoor educator in Texas and Colorado, USA where he taught the arts of rock climbing, mountaineering, backpacking, and mountain biking.
Kathryn Ogden, TESOL
Teaching English I & II: Essay Writing and English Literature
Kathryn currently holds a BA in English/Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-LaX, as well as a TESOL Post-Baccalaureate Certificate from Seattle University. She is currently writing a thesis on the future of the Khmer English dialect in comparison to other World Englishes, which will complete her MA.Ed. TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Seattle University. She has TESOL experience in the United States, South Korea, and Cambodia. Kathryn believes it is her duty as a teaching professional to provide a stimulating and motivating experiential learning environment in order to allow students to instinctually engage in meaningful and significant learning.
Song Seiha, ACCA
Teaching MA1 Management Information

Song Seiha is currently a manager in PwC Cambodia and has over eight years experience in assurance services including one year and a half secondment to PwC Malaysia specialising in a financial service industry. He is also one of the internal assurance instructors at PwC Cambodia. He is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Chhan Kanora, MBA
Teaching International Business Environment

Chhan Kanora is a lecturer at CamEd Business School. He returned to his native Cambodia after studying and working in the West for almost 40 years. He draws on over 30 years of experience in international business, academia and consulting in the US, Australia, France, South-east Asia and China. A valedictorian graduate of the French Lycee Descartes (Phnom Penh), he earned his bachelor's degree in business from VUW (NZ) and an MBA in Finance and International Business from Columbia Business School (New York City, USA).

Christine Grace Colon, ACCA
Teaching MA1 Management Information

Christine Colon is an ACCA member. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from La Consolacion College Philippines. She teaches MA1 Management Information in the Bachelor of Accounting and Finance program.  Prior to joining CamEd, she had more than 10 years experience as the finance and administration manager of an international hotel group. Her experience encompassed setting up the IT and accounting system for new properties, implementation of internal controls and procedures, managerial accounting and reporting and analysis of operation performance.

Srun Hour
Teaching Psychology

Hour is a full member of the Royal University of Phnom Penh, at the Department of Psychology since 1989. There, he has been lecturing in the fields of General Psychology, Psychotherapy and Counseling. Besides teaching, he is responsible for counseling and psychotherapy with students who have mental problems or others issues. Hour is also a lecturer of general psychology at the Police Academy of Cambodia. He holds a B.A in Psychology and an MA in Clinical Counseling Psychology. Based on his work, he has had the honor to receive the ATHIPADIN Gold Medal from the Royal Cambodian Government.

Anderson Ediri Okoloba, MA in TESOL
Teaching English I & II: Essay Writing and English Literature

Ediri is a former US Embassy Phnom Penh Post English Language Coordinator/Instructor. He has worked as an English Language lecturer and a curriculum developer with several institutions and colleges in South East Asia including in Taiwan, Singapore and Cambodia. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and has a Masters in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK. Ediri has more than 8 years’ experience teaching English, enhancing English language acquisition in the EFL setting and preparing young adults for various English language proficiency test. His energy and dynamic approach to making English unforgettable for his students is distinctive.

Meas Vandeth, MSc
Teaching Computer Science

Vandeth is an IT Consultant, Chief Information Officer as well as a Lecturer. He has been teaching at Royal University of Phnom Penh since 1998, and also consulting and developing many systems for many companies such as Cambodia Post and KAP PVC Factory. He is an expert in system analysis and design, database programming and business intelligence (BI). He holds a Bachelor of Computer Science from Hanoi University of Technology and a Master of Computer Science from Royal University of Phnom Penh.

Henri Locard, Agrégé d’Anglais, PhD in History
Teaching History

Dr. Henri is a retired professor from l’Université Lumière-Lyon-2 in France. He has been a consultant and an expert at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. He was also a consultant at UNESCO. Dr. Henri is presently a guest lecturer at the Royal University of Phnom Penh. His publications have been on modern Cambodian history and in particular on Democratic Kampuchea. His latest forthcoming book is Pourquoi les Khmers rouges, 2nd paperback edition, with Éditions Vendémiaire, Paris, 2016.

Mong Mara, PhD. in Mathematics
Teaching Statistics

Mong Mara is a research officer and lecturer at the department of Mathematics and Statistics, Institute of Science and Technology, Royal Academy of Cambodia. In 2002 he graduated bachelor degree of science in Mathematics from Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He received Master degree in Mathematics in 2004 and Ph.D in Mathematics in 2015 from Royal Academy of Cambodia, Cambodia. He has been teaching Mathematics and Statistics in Cambodia since 2006.

Soosai Fabian ACMA, BA in Accounting and Finance
Teaching MA2 Managing Costs and Finances, MA1 Management Information and Accounting Information System

Fabian is a CIMA member and has over 20 years of experience in accounting roles such as Financial Controller, Financial and Management Accountant, Commercial Analyst and Treasury Analyst while working for large companies in UK such as First Choice Holidays, Dnata and STG Travel. He also held responsibilities as Project Manager for Implementing Financial Systems and as Administrator for various Financial, Commercial and Treasury Systems. Last 4 years he worked as Finance and Systems Consultant in South East Asia for companies based in China, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Sri Lanka. He holds a Bachelor degree in Accounting and Finance from University of Brighton, UK and a Diploma in Programming Principles from Computeach, UK.