Vancouver Faculty: MS Hospitality Management Studies
Jeff Anthony is the Program Coordinator and a Lecturer of International Hotel Management at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Vancouver Campus
Mr. Anthony holds a B.A. in Liberal and Business Studies from Simon Fraser University and his MBA from Edinburgh – Napier University.
Mr. Anthony has worked in the hospitality industry, mainly in food and beverage operations and administration, for over 17 years. His experience leads to working in most hotels in Vancouver and in Ottawa.
After completing his BA from SFU, Mr. Anthony began teaching in private colleges, then moved to the administration as a campus director. After acquiring his MBA, Mr. Anthony began teaching in public colleges in the lower mainland, including FDU as an adjunct faculty and has now moved into the program coordinator position.
In his personal time, Mr. Anthony prefers reading classic novels, playing golf, and playing on his drum set.
Jarrett Bachman is an Associate Professor of Hospitality & Tourism Management in the International School of Hospitality, Sports, & Tourism Management at the Vancouver, Canada campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Dr. Bachman grew up in the Atlanta, Georgia area in the United States. He received his Ph.D. in Tourism Management from Clemson University, and his Master of Education in Sport Management, Master of Natural Resource Recreation & Tourism, and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Georgia. He was previously the Lead Faculty in the development of a Bachelor of Science program in Sustainable Hospitality Management at California State University in Monterey Bay.
His research interests are in sustainable festival and event tourism/management, craft beer/wine tourism, resident impacts from tourism, and outdoor and recreation-based tourism. His academic research has recently been published in Event Management, the International Journal of Tourism Research, the Journal of Foodservice Business Research, and Tourism Analysis.
Dr. Bachman’s professional experience includes working for the University of Georgia Athletic Association, PGA Tour, Town of Breckenridge (Colorado, USA), and Looking Glass Strategic Research Consultants (LGSRC). As Co-Founder of LGSRC, Dr. Bachman was responsible for coordinating the development and design of market research projects in the tourism industry, specifically mega-events with attendance over 75,000 people.
Dr. Bachman serves the hospitality and tourism industry as an elected member of the Board of Directors for the Canada chapter of the Travel & Tourism Research Association (TTRA). He also serves as the Scholarship Committee Chair and member of the Industry Advisory Board for the British Columbia Hospitality Foundation (BCHF). Academically, Dr. Bachman serves as a member of the Editorial Board of Event Management, Journal of Convention & Event Tourism, and the FDU Press.
Dr. Bachman is an avid hiker, Nordic skier, and sports fan. He completed the 2,178 mile Appalachian Trail in five months in 2008 and can be found hiking/skiing the trails in the greater Vancouver area on the weekends, traveling to one of the beautiful towns around BC, or attending a festival or event in the local area.
Hiran Roy is a full-time Lecturer of International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver campus. Dr. Hiran Roy holds a PhD in Management from University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Before joining to academia he worked extensively (over 26 years) with hospitality business industry as an Executive Chef in different continents. He received his MBA from the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Hiran is also a recipient of a New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan Award. He is an independent researcher and a hospitality educator. His research interests are sustainable local food systems and local food marketing in hospitality and tourism industry context. Hiran’s work has been published in a variety of leading academic journals including Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Journal of Destination Marketing and Management. He has also published in book chapters and presented many papers at various international conferences in Australia, Canada, and Europe. He is a member of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE), World Food Travel Association, and Canadian Culinary Federation (CCF).
Hiran speaks English, French, Bengali, Hindi, and several other Indian dialects.
Maloud Shakona is a lecturer of Hospitality & Tourism Management at the International School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at the Vancouver campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University. He received his Ph.D. in Tourism Management from Clemson University, and his Masters in International Banking and Finance from the University of Salford, U.K.. and he received his Bachelor of Accounting from The University of Azzawia, Libya. He was previously a lecturer of finance at The University of Azzawia in Libya and an adjunct faculty at Clemson University, U.S.A.
His research areas of interest focus on sustainable tourism development, leisure behavior of ethnic and racial minorities and their leisure constraints. He is also interested in cultural and sports event management and their financial impacts on the local community.
Dr. Shakona’s professional experience includes working as an accountant in multiple commercial companies in Libya. As Marketing and Communication Manager at Osher lifelong learning institute in Clemson SC, U.S.A. and a Restaurant Manager for both fast food and fine dining restaurants in the United States.
Dr. Shakona loves to ride horses, play soccer, volleyball, swim, and listen to music. He is fluent in English and Arabic.
Sandra Louie, Adjunct Faculty, brings 20 years of experience to FDU’s International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management in the areas of: Special Event Management, Food & Beverage Services, Tourism Marketing, Visitor Services, Tourism Careers, and Strategic Planning.
Sandra likes to complement classroom theory with examples from her practical work, board, and committee experiences in Canada at: BC’s Tourism Education & HR Council (now Go2HR), Tourism Vancouver, Destination Canada, BC Restaurant & Foodservices Association, Hostelling International, Travel & Tourism Research Association, BC Tourism Educators Consortium, BC Tourism Human Resource Development Taskforce, Tourism Researchers Industry Validation group, and a number of non-profit charitable organizations.
She holds a Diploma of Tourism Management from Capilano University, a Bachelor of Urban & Regional Planning Degree from Ryerson University, and a Masters of Arts Degree in Tourism Management from Royal Roads University. In addition to her role as Adjunct Faculty at FDU, she has 11 years of experience teaching at the Art Institute of Vancouver, BC Institute of Technology (BCIT), and Eton College in Vancouver.
In her personal time, Sandra enjoys yoga, walking her dog, reading, food (eating AND cooking), mixed media & modern art, crafting, and travelling anywhere, anytime. She has visited 26 countries, and has lived, worked and studied in: Canada (BC, Ontario, Nova Scotia & Quebec), China, Taiwan, and Cyprus. Sandra was born and raised in Vancouver.