EDUCATION
Doctorate in Business Administration (D.B.A.) - Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana (2009). Specialization: Marketing

Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.) - Bishop Heber College, Trichy, India (1994). Specialization: Marketing, International Business, and Human Behavior.

Diploma in Computer Applications (D.C.A.) - Computer Point, Trichy, India (1990).

Bachelor of Commerce (B. Comm.) - Bishop Heber College, Trichy, India (1990). Specialization: Marketing.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Trevecca Nazarene University - Associate Professor of Marketing (Since 2004).

Hardin-Simmons University - Visiting Assistant Professor (2000-2004). Courses taught: Business Communication, International Business, International Management, Business Policy, Management Theory and Practice, and Human Resource Management.
Bishop Heber College - Assistant Lecturer (May 1994-2000). Courses taught: Advertising, Product Policy Management, Marketing, Communication, Marketing Research,and Sales Management.

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
Business Consultant (1996-2000) - National Institute for Information Technology (NIIT), Visual Tiger Software Systems, and Visual Tiger Information Systems. Work: Conducted marketing research, and Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat analysis (SWOT).
Administrative Officer (1994-1996) - Bishop Heber College. Responsibilities: Business office matters, financial records, and represented the President of the college.
Marketing Executive (1992-1994) - International Computers Indian Manufacturers (ICIM).

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
"Best Paper Award" - received at the Society for Business Research (SBR) conference in October 2012 in Nashville, TN. Paper presented: The Use of SERVQUAL in Not-for-Profit Organizations.
"Best Teacher Award" - presented by the Southern Railways, Government of India, for achieving 100% result in Teaching Skills, Student Evaluation, and Consumer Enhancement program. Ranked 1st each time by students for a record 50 Classes in 1999 and 2000.
Ranked 4th out of 150 students in the MBA program in March 1994.

Ranked 1st out of 800 students in the B.Comm. (Bachelor in commerce) program in April 1990.