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Business Administration

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Doug BunnDoug Bunn, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Business
dbunn@wwcc.wy.edu
(307) 382-1849
Office 1416
Ph.D. Washington State University
B.S. Economics, Utah State University

Doug Bunn, a native of Rupert Idaho, joins Western Wyoming Community College having taught Economics, Finance and Statistics for two years at Blackburn College.  Doug holds a Ph.D. from Washington State University and a B.S. in Economics from Utah State University.  In the classroom Doug shares real world experience; having worked as a Statistician for Coldwater Creek in Sandpoint Idaho, as a Clinical Project Manager for Practice Patterns Sciences in St. Louis, and as a Senior Economist at United Healthcare of the Midwest in St. Louis, and at Health Economics Research in Boston.  Doug and his wife Colleen are the parents of two daughters (both off to college).  They enjoy hiking, cycling, scuba diving and working together around the house.  Doug enjoys fishing for trout, and flying remote controlled airplanes.  





Earl KisielEarl Kisiel
Associate Professor of Business
ekisiel@wwcc.wy.edu
(307) 382-1727
Office 1420
M.A. Organizational Management, University of Phoenix
B.C.J. Ohio University
A.A.S. Clark Technical College

Earl grew up in Springfield Ohio, and joined Western Wyoming Community College the fall of 2012. Earl taught Business, Management and related courses at Eastern Wyoming Community College for three years before coming here. Prior to teaching full time, Earl has over thirty years Management experience in Retail, Small Business ownership and as an Officer in the United States Air Force. Earl and his wife Kathleen have two great kids Dana and Peter both in their twenties. Earl enjoys traveling, photography, fishing and small game hunting.  





Jim ForbesJim Forbes
Associate Professor of Business
jforbes@wwcc.wy.edu
(307) 382-1744
Office 1426
M.S. San Diego State University
B.S. California State University, Fresno

Jim teaches accounting and finance at Western Wyoming Community College. Prior to relocating here, Jim taught entrepreneurship and accounting at the University of Idaho. He has thirty plus years of finance experience which includes corporate banking at Bank of America, registered investment portfolio manager and has led the funding efforts for two start-up companies. Jim is active in a variety of outdoor activities.  

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