Nadine Khair known as Nadine Khair
- PhD Candidate in International Marketing and Consumer behaviour(Since October, 2016)
- MBA in Marketing Management (Honors) (Hagan School of Business- Iona; New York)
- MSC and Graduate Certificate in Business Continuity Management and Risk Management (Honors)
- Bachelors in International Business (Honors) (Hagan School of Business- Iona; New York)
Prior to graduating with her Masters, Nadine worked in the sales industry for almost five years. Worked with various well-known stores in the United States of America such as Macy’s and Clinique. Afterwards, relocated to Jordan and was appointed as the sales and marketing manager at Jordanian Coast Cargo Services. Taking this background and experience into the world of academia, she taught for three years at the American University of Madaba. They then offered her a sponsorship by them to complete her PhD in Marketing in the University of South Wales. Nadine’s PhD will be discussing the various reasons, aside from the traditionally researched ones, to why individuals in developing countries prefer international brands.
- Lecturer at the American University of Madaba (AUM, Jordan)
- In charge of the practical training course in the year (2014-2015).
- Teaching Experience:
Management of Trade Fairs
- Sales and Marketing Manager (2 years) (Amman- Jordan)
- Sales management (5 years) (New York, USA).
- Lloyd-Parkes E; Khair, N and Deacon, J (2017) The Name and a Dress: a co-constructed narrative of the importance of place of origin in consumer perception. Storytelling and Place Symposium, April 2017, Cardiff, UK
- George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling (GEECS)
- Research Group at the University of South Wales
- Phi theta Kappa (Hagan School of Business)
- Golden Key (Hagan School of Business)
- Alpha Beta Gamma (Hagan School of Business)
Examination Invigilation organizing committee (AUM)
Scientific research committee(AUM)
- The influence of the brand’s country of origin on consumer perceptions.
- Stereotypes of Country of Origin
- Consumption Symbolism
- Status consumption and Conspicuous Consumption
- Culture, Self and Materialism
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