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AROUND THE WORLD PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA


Kerry Slattery (MBA ‘13) addresses the Business Ethics class she teaches at the National University of Management in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Living the mission


After a study abroad experience, an alumna now calls Cambodia home


went to teach international marketing at the National University of Management in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. “Two things changed my life,” Slattery says.


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“Getting my MBA with a business ethics concen- tration and the Southeast Asia study abroad trip with Professor Shultz.”


hree years ago, Kerry Slattery (MBA ‘13) had just moved to Chicago with a degree in biology and wanted to switch jobs. This past fall, she packed her bags and


In January 2012, Slattery attended Quinlan’s


Southeast Asia study abroad program, a 10-day consumer behavior course in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand, led by Clifford Shultz, PhD, Charles H. Kellstadt Chair of Marketing. She immediately fell in love with Cambodia. After returning home, Slattery began research-


ing education and women’s issues in developing countries and how to use business to achieve social goals. Then, as she started looking for jobs, she found herself thinking back to Cambodia and decided to turn to her professor for help. Shultz tapped into his vast overseas network to


help Slattery land her first global gig. “If we really believe in this mantra ‘preparing people to lead extraordinary lives,’ Kerry is the poster child of that,” Shultz says. Slattery teaches Business Ethics and Interna- tional Marketing at the university. “For me, it’s


exciting to be in the middle of the education system and watch certain superstars of the next generation present their business idea at an entrepreneurship competition or argue their side during a debate,” she says. Slattery will be in Cambodia for at least two


more years, and possibly longer if things continue to go well. She would eventually like to move toward social entrepreneurship in her newfound home, but first, she is working to recruit recent Quinlan graduates to join her in teaching at the National University of Management in four-month stints. “My passion is fueled by the knowledge that it’s a perfect match between supply and demand.” In April, she made the trip back to Chicago and hosted three information sessions on campus. “She’ll clearly be a good ambassador,” Shultz


says. “I’m hopeful this becomes the early bricks in the foundation for other Quinlan students.”


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