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Craig Maus

Instructor

Phone: 651.846.1531

E-mail Craig Maus

Craig Maus has been an instructor at Saint Paul College in the Hospitality Management and Business Management programs since 2006.

He brings his relevant, hands-on experience and knowledge of Business Management and the Hospitality industry into the classroom. His start in the industry began with working as a cook at the Minnesota State Fair, and includes experience as a sales manager for the Earle Brown Heritage Center and the Gainey Conference Center. Craig’s sports entertainment experience includes four seasons in sales and marketing for the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Craig also served as the Director of Event Services and adjunct faculty for Augsburg College, at which time he was an active member in Meeting Professionals International and the Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors International.

He is currently a member of Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International. Craig earned his BS from Minnesota State University – Mankato, majoring in Business Administration with a minor in Recreation Parks and Leisure Services. He earned his MBA from the University of Saint Thomas.

Susan Senger

Susan Senger

Instructor

Phone: 651.846.1519

E-mail Susan Senger

Susan Senger is the director of the Business Management, Entrepreneurship, International Trade, and Business Logistics Programs. She has been an instructor at Saint Paul College since 1990. Each program area is designed to provide practical knowledge and hands-on experience to both students seeking to enter a career in business management, international trade and logistics and employed professionals upgrading their skills. In addition to full-time instruction, she also facilitates job placement for these programs.

Concurrent with her position at Saint Paul College, Susan provides private consulting services specializing in NAFTA, U.S. Customs compliance, international trade finance instruments and training. She has taught seminars across the United States on NAFTA.

Prior to joining Saint Paul College, Susan spent 15 years as an international banker working at major Midwestern banks. She worked with letters of credit, collections, foreign exchange and providing seminars. She holds both graduate and undergraduate degrees from the College of Saint Scholastica in business management. In addition, she has been active in several organizations including past president of the Midwest Global Trade Association (MGTA), and member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, and Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity.