Recycled Milk Jugs Become Chairs for Lollygaggers: Loll Designs Walks the Talk

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Ahmed Maamoun

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    Ahmed Maamoun—The world has been my playground and my classroom. With my passport holding stamps from approximately 30 countries and 12 years of employment at multinational companies in the Middle East and New Zealand, I have found that the world is both small and large, and that I have much more to learn.

    While I spent 1991 to 2002 employed in the field of international business and marketing, I switched gears in 2003 and became a college professor. I thoroughly enjoy teaching! The management and marketing classes I have taught, at both an undergraduate and MBA level, include International Business, Marketing Management, International Management, Strategic Management, Principles of Marketing, International Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Marketing Research, Marketing Strategy, Fundamentals of Marketing, Retailing, Advertising, and Green Marketing. Yes, that’s 13 different courses!

    When I am not teaching, I am doing research, otherwise known as learning. Being able to share my knowledge, either through the classroom or my research, gives me great joy. I have been fortunate to have been published in the Journal of Business Case Studies, the Journal of Business and Economics Research, Ivey Publishing, Case Research Journal, and Business Studies Journal.

    However, my family provides me the most joy. I love being a father to a great daughter and a wonderful son. It is with pride that I have taken on the role of family historian, capturing the memories and life-happenings on camera. Ten years ago, my life was very different. Today, I am living the “American Dream,” with the added privilege of teaching college students—the future of the United States!

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