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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Andy has been a professional teacher for thirty years including over ten years in Cambodia where he was a professor in the Faculty of Arts, Letters and Humanities at Pannasastra University of Cambodia, and then senior English language consultant to RCAF as well as IELTS Preparation specialist at Springboard. He has been teaching English language and literature at BA and MA level as well as preparing many students to win scholarships to study overseas. He also spent a decade as a principal examiner for Oxford & Cambridge Exam Board in the UK, setting national syllabuses and exam papers. Andy feels strongly that in the modern world, critical thinking and research skills are essential and integral components of good writing skills.
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.
Daan is a former psychologist and is currently lecturing Psychology at CamEd Business School. Before he went to Cambodia, Daan was working in the Netherlands as psychologist and social worker with patients with a variety of mental diseases for over seven years. He is holding a Bachelor and a Master degree in Clinical and Health Psychology from the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Dr. Lim Siphat graduated his PhD in Economic and Master of Science in Finance, major in Financial Engineering and Risk Management, from Thammasat University, Thailand. He used to work for the National Bank of Cambodia as an Economist and member of Exchange Rate Management.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with more than 30 years of experience (20 years international, 10 years in the Philippines and 1 year in Sydney, Australia) in Accounting, Finance & Administration, Human Resources, Audit and Compliance. Earned units in Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Iloilo City, Philippines; Accounting professor in the Philippines and in various schools in Cambodia; Credit Manager Hotel Inter-continental Phnom Penh; Assistant Financial Controller Sunway Hotel; Finance and Administration Manager Fortuna Hotel, Sihanoukville, Cambodia; Finance and Operations Manager RCI & GGC garments factory, Sihanoukville; Finance Consultant, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Micro Finance Program, Phnom Penh Cambodia; Worked in Japanese NGO funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB), Takeo, Cambodia; Regional Finance and Operations Manager, Dutch International NGO, Siem Reap ( for regions Thailand, Laos and Cambodia); Founder APV Audit Firm, Phnom Penh Cambodia; Most outstanding employee of the year 1987; Most Outstanding Alumnus, Negros Oriental State University (NORSU), Dumaguete City, Philippines, 2006; Most Outstanding Alumnus, Foundation University, Dumaguete City,
Song Kosal is the leading lecturer in the field of tax as well as a leading practitioner as the Tax Director for Ernst & Young. He has also worked as a Senior Tax Consultant at PwC, as a Supervisor of Tax and Corporate Services at KPMG, and as Deputy Head of Tax at Bun & Associates. Kosal holds a Master of Fiscal Policy from Nagoya University where he also completed doctoral studies.
Muhammad M. Ma'aji a Ph.D. Finance Candidate at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) has achieved MSc. Finance at UUM and B.A. (Hons) Accounting & Finance at University of Greenwich, UK. He worked as a research assistance for the Centre for University-Industry Collaboration (CUIC) UUM, where he fully participated in two National Research Grant awarded by Ministry of Higher Education and Ministry of Rural and Regional Development, Malaysia. He has also worked as an account assistance for Gidauniya Investment & Securities LTD and Saleh A.D. & Co both in Nigeria. Ma’aji is a lecturer and a scholar in the field of finance and accounting. He has successfully published research articles in well-known high impact international journals. His areas of research interest include financial distress, bankruptcy prediction, corporate governance, cross-listing, international finance and corporate finance.
Peter Bainbridge is from England and recently completed 12 years as a senior lecturer at an Australian University (RMIT, Melbourne). He was awarded an M.A. from St Andrews University, UK for Modern History and Economics. While at RMIT he graduated with a teaching qualification for teaching at universities (recognised by the Australian government). He has had 20 years as a global manager with the UK's largest company and has lived in Japan as their Liaison manager. He has also lived in Kenya and Vietnam as well as travelling extensively throughout the world.
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