About the Authors
Scott McLean is the Shadle-Edgecombe Endowed Faculty Chair at Arizona Western College. He serves as the professor of speech communication with an emphasis in business communication for a combined campus partnership with the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University–Yuma.
Scott is the author of The Basics of Speech Communication and The Basics of Interpersonal Communication, both currently published by Allyn & Bacon.
Beyond his classroom experience, Scott regularly serves as a communications advisor to the industry. He has extensive experience and publications in the areas of health communication, safe and healthy work environments, and organizational and crisis communication. He has served as an evaluator for the United States National Institutes of Health’s Small Business and Innovative Research (SBIR) program since 1995. He served as an evaluator of educational programs for the Ministerio de Hacienda de Chile. His development of the Tenio Natural Reserve in Southern Chile has brought together people from around the world to preserve and restore indigenous flora and fauna. Their collective effort will serve for generations to come.
Scott studied at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and at Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow School of Communication. He and his family divide their time between the United States and Puerto Montt, Chile.
Murray Moman is an instructor in the Applied Commerce and Management Education department at Red River College in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He teaches business communication, sales communication, professional development, management and organizational behaviour, and office administration to students in a variety of college programs including: business administration, commerce/industry sales and marketing, international business, applied accounting, aviation management, and computer programming.
Prior to embarking on a teaching career, Murray worked as a corporate trainer with Agricore United, and spent 16 years in various sales, marketing and editorial roles in the publishing industry. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Manitoba (Psychology/English) and is currently completing his Certificate in Adult Education.
Murray is passionate about teaching, hockey, and good food and drink with good friends. He and his family currently live in Winnipeg but dream of living in Hogwarts.