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Thomas Pratt is an Assistant Professor with the International Department of Hospitality Management (SIHOM) of Sol International School (SIS) at Woosong University in Daejeon, Korea. Professor Pratt is candidate for a PhD in Hospitality Management at the University of South Carolina and holds a Masters of Business Administration with a focus on Leadership from The Citadel Military College of South Carolina and a Bachelors of Hospitality Administration from the University of South Carolina, Beaufort. In addition, Professor Pratt has extensive experience in the hospitality Industry including:
Michalis Toanoglou is Department Chair & Assistant Professor in International department of Hospitality Management (SIHOM) of Sol International School (SIS) in Woosong University in Korea.
He is Phd candidate for Hospitality Management in YoungSan University and holder of Msc in Tourism Management (Surrey University UK) and Msc in Hospitality Management (Greek Open University).
Professor Leutwiler-Lee studied Hospitality Management at the Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne (Switzerland), and holds a Master’s degree in Major Programme Management with distinction from Oxford University, Said Business School (U.K.). Professor Leutwiler-Lee had senior management responsibilities at international luxury hotels such as The Four Seasons Hotels in New York and San Diego, The Langham Hotel in London, Sofitel London St. James, The Landmark in London.
Dr Samiha Chemli is Assistant Professor in Hotel and Tourism Management, ‘Sol International School’, Woosong University. She worked, from 2010 to 2017, as Associate Professor in Tourism Marketing, and as Program Manager of the Master in Tourism and Hotel Management at the ‘Business School Tunis’, the University of La Manouba Tunisia; and had more than 6 years of experience as Guest Professor in Tourism Management, at the University College Birmingham, UK. Moreover, Dr Chemli has a professional experience in the tourism industry, as she performed, as a Managing Director of two companies, in the fields of Managing Hotels and Events’ organisation, for more than 6 years.
She is holder of a PhD in Organisational Management and Tourism at the University of La Manouba Tunisia in partnership with the University College Birmingham, UK; a MA in Tourism Business Administration at the University of Birmingham, UK and a BA in Hotel and Tourism Management at the Higher School of Business Tunis.
The main areas of research of Dr Chemli are Tourists’ behaviour and perception, tourism destinations and tourism products’ positioning; crisis management, tourism regional development, and FDI FII in tourism.