Fabian Bartsch received his PhD in International Marketing from the University of Vienna after studying in the Netherlands and Canada for his undergraduate and graduate degrees. He is now Assistant Professor of Marketing.
Carmen Campillo is originally from Guadix (Granada), Spain. She studied Translation and Spanish philology in the UGRA (University of Granada) and completed her Master’s degree in Lille 3, France. Carmen is now a Spanish lecturer.
Chavi (Chi-Yun) Chen is Assistant professor in International Negotiation and Sales. Her teaching and training covers Communication, Negotiation and Intercultural and Diversity Management while her research focuses on Business-to-Business management.
Catherine Demangeot is Associate Professor in Marketing. She is interested in studying multicultural marketplaces as spatial entities that host emerging dynamics between the consumers, brands and marketers of multiple cultures.
Grant Douglas has been involved in designing, organizing and implementing international/intercultural study programmes for 20 years. He is a member of the IAIR, vice-president of SIETAR-France and a qualified IDI administrator.
Jeannette Edouard is an instructional designer at the CETI, IÉSEG’s Center for Educational and Technological Innovation of. She has completed a Master’s degrees in Educational Sciences and in Italian Civilization.
Pratik Goel is Assistant Professor of Audit and Control. He completed his PhD in Management (with a specialization in Accounting) at the Indian School of Business, one year of which was spent as a visiting scholar at INSEAD.
Felipe is an Assistant Professor in Organizational Behavior. He obtained his PhD in Management from IESE Business School, Spain. His research interests include proactive work behavior, leadership, and cross-cultural management.
Regina KIM is Assistant Professor in International Negotiation. She obtained her PhD in Organizational Psychology at Columbia University. Her research interests include language diversity, conflict management, negotiation, cross-cultural studies.
Damien is Student Services Coordinator. He welcomes students from all over the world and helps them deal with French administration. He is a lover of languages and speaks French, English and Spanish fluently.
Claire is a lecturer in French as a Foreign Language and has been working at IESEG for 6 years. She teaches French at all levels and works daily in an organization that counts over 100 nationalities drawn from every continent.
An Assistant Professor at IESEG for over 15 years, Ingrid is in charge of the People and Intercultural Competences Pole, where she coordinates the efforts of the school to promote the development of these skills.
Pascale Schmidt Dubois is a consultant in intercultural communication. She completed her MSc in intercultural management at Dauphine University in Paris.
Her fields of interest include diversity and inclusion management at the workplace.
Aline Scholz is originally from Hambourg, Germany. She grew up and studied in France, Germany and UK and completed a Master in Conference Interpreting at the ESIT, Paris and at HEIDELBERG University, a Master in Business Studies at KEDGE Business School and a Master in Professional Coaching at University Paris 8.
Marta Vazquez is Associate Director – International network and development at IESEG School of Management. She is currently also a DBA candidate in Higher Education Management at the University of Bath in the UK.
Jingjing Yao is Assistant Professor in International Negotiation. He obtained his PhD of Organization Management at Peking University, China. His research interests include negotiation, trust, creativity, and cross-cultural studies.
Katharina Zeugner-Roth is Associate Professor of Marketing. Her research and teaching interests are in the area of international marketing and global branding. She obtained her PhD at the University of Vienna, Austria, in 2008.