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David Bell

David Bell, M.S.B.A., M.I.S.

Associate Professor of Business Administration

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David Bell, M.S.B.A., M.I.S.

Associate Professor of Business Administration

David Bell, associate professor, began teaching at PUC in 1990. He enjoys music, physics, and electronics.


Degrees

B.S.E., Walla Walla College
1987
M.S.B.A., M.I.S., California State University
1999

Samuel Kim-Liang Chuah

Samuel Kim-Liang Chuah, Ph.D.

Professor of Business Administration and Economics

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Samuel Kim-Liang Chuah, Ph.D.

Professor of Business Administration and Economics

Samuel likes to play Scrabble, Boggle, table tennis, take nature walks, collect stamps and postcards, and plan study tours.


Degrees

B.S., University of the Philippines
1980
M.A., University of the Philippines
1982
Ph.D., Washington State University
1992

Abram Fisher

Abram Fisher, J.D.

Associate Professor of Business Administration

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Abram Fisher, J.D.

Associate Professor of Business Administration


Degrees

B.S., Pacific Union College
2007
J.D., University of Maryland
2011

Victor Gaines

Victor Gaines, D.B.A

Associate Professor of Business Administration

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Victor Gaines, D.B.A

Associate Professor of Business Administration

In Oct 2005, Professor Gaines retired from the U.S. Marine Corps after over 22 years for service. 12 years as a helicopter crewchief with the remaining 10 years as an auditor with the Marines Corps Nonappropriate Fund Auditing Service. Professor Gaines then worked as the Senior Auditor at the Ruddick Corporation in Matthews, NC from to 2005 thru 2007. In 2007 Professor Gaines became the Technical Director of Standards and Guidance at The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) in Altamonte Springs, FL. In 2009, Professor Gaines received a call to become the Business Manager of Forest Lake Education Center in Longwood Florida where he served for 2 years. In 2011, Professor Gaines was asked to be the Business Manager of Central Valley Christian Academy in Ceres, CA until receiving the call to join PUC’s business department in 2015. Professor Gaines holds following credentials: Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Government Auditing Professional. His hobbies include camping, hiking and ham radio. Professor Gaines is married and has two children.


Degrees

B.S., Park College
1997
M.B.A., Webster University
1999
D.B.A., Grand Canyon University
2017

Keith Neergaard

Keith Neergaard, Ph.D.

Professor of Marketing

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Keith Neergaard, Ph.D.

Professor of Marketing

Keith Neergaard, professor, has taught at PUC since 1988. His teaching specialization is in marketing, economics, and management; and his research specialty is consumer behavior and services marketing publications. Dr. Neergaard has worked as a consultant, worked in the health care field and the defense industry, and taught at the college/university level. He enjoys tennis, golf, scuba diving, and traveling, and is a ski patroller at Heavenly, spending about 30 days a year there.


Degrees

B.B.A., Pacific Union College
1984
Ph.D., University of California, Irvine
1994

Marcia Toledo

Marcia Toledo, M.Ed.

Associate Professor of Business Administration

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Marcia Toledo, M.Ed.

Associate Professor of Business Administration

Marcia Toledo, associate professor, started teaching at PUC in 1984. Marcia enjoys hiking, photography, and quilt making.


Degrees

B.S., Atlantic Union College
1974
M.Ed., Boston University
1980