Jamal Nahavandi has been an Associate Professor of Economics, Pfeiffer University School of Graduate Studies. Teaching Managerial/leadership economics, Economics of
Healthcare and International Business. From 2002 to present and serves as an adjunct faculty member at Lindsey Wilson College.
Previously, he was a market analysts, a business analysis and he directed the AT&T, Billing Control Operation. He managed a team responsible for root
cause analysis of large volume of telecom traffic failing industry standard Exchange Message Interface (EMI) edit process. In 1999, $28 million was
recovered through efforts of this team. June 1998-2000.
His areas of specialty
are economics and marketing research, business forecasting, international Business. He is certified as Diversity trainer.