About LIM College
Kenneth M. Kambara
Marketing, Management & Finance
Dr. Kenneth M. Kambara, who joined LIM College as an adjunct faculty member in 2012, is currently a full-time faculty member in the Marketing, Management & Finance Department.
Among the undergraduate courses he teaches are: Applied Marketing Research, Consumer Behavior, Entrepreneurship, and Global Markets. He also teaches Cause Marketing on the graduate level.
A social media and marketing research consultant, Dr. Kambara’s areas of interest include brand management, entrepreneurship, and social media. He is a member of the American Marketing Association and the American Sociology Association.
In 2012 Dr. Kambara was named as a quarterfinalist for an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, for a screenplay he co-wrote with Matthew Vickers titled Whorl.
Dr. Kambara has twice been a presenter at LIM College’s Fashion Now & Then conference. In 2012 he presented a session on “The Mode of Fashion Information: The Use of Nolli Maps” and in 2013 he presented “Empire State of Mind: Fashion Entrepreneurship and Crowdfunding in NYC.” His paper “Managing Brand Instability and Capital Market Reputation: Implications for Brand Governance and Marketing Strategy” was published in the Journal of Brand Management in 2010.
Dr. Kambara holds a Ph.D. in Management from The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California at Irvine and a Master of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business.
Ph.D., University of California at Irvine, Graduate School of Management; M.S., University of Oregon, The Lundquist College of Business; B.S. and B.A., California State University at Long Beach
Assistant Professor of Business & Associate Director of the Center for Equality and Justice, California Lutheran University. Adjunct Professor, California State University at Long Beach. Senior Partner/Research Director, The Kambara-Vickers Group