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David Bell

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

Associate Professor of Business Administration

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

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

Abram Fisher

Abram Fisher, J.D.

Professor of Business Administration

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Abram Fisher, J.D.

Professor of Business Administration


Degrees

B.S., Pacific Union College

2007

J.D., University of Maryland

2011

Heather Hamilton

Heather Hamilton, M.B.A.

Assistant Professor of Business Administration

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Heather Hamilton, M.B.A.

Assistant Professor of Business Administration

Heather Hamilton grew up around Angwin, and is an alum of PUC Prep and college. Shortly after earning an M.B.A. in 2009, she launched her own business, Zoe Organics, and put her new business skills to work. After running her business for ten years, she began teaching entrepreneurship at PUC, enthusiastic about sharing her own passion and experience. She joined the department of business full-time, in fall of 2019, as assistant professor, with an emphasis in small business, management, entrepreneurship, and innovation. When she’s not teaching or running her business, Heather loves to be outside gardening, doing home projects, and spending time with her husband Lance and their three children; Boyd, Wyatt, and Grace.


Keith Neergaard

Keith Neergaard, Ph.D.

Professor of Business Administration

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Keith Neergaard, Ph.D.

Professor of Business Administration

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