Scott McFarlane

Scott McFarlane

Adjunct Instructor

Year Started at GU: 2014
Phone: 618.315.4202
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours:

by appointment

Areas of Responsibility:

international business and global strategies

About Scott McFarlane

Aside from his family and work, Scott currently serves on the board of the Friends of Immanuel University, a liberal arts, Christian university in India for the marginalized poor who seek educational opportunities to lift them and their families out of poverty. He serves on the board of Umri Christian Hospital Foundation supporting a fantastic medical team who serve the marginalized tribal poor in central India.

Married with three teenage children, Scott and his family live and serve on the campus of Oakdale Christian Academy outside Lexington, Kentucky. When they discovered Oakdale, a small international, Christian boarding school for students who seek an American, college-preparatory education in a beautiful, rural setting, they relocated as a family to join Oakdale's ministry. Oakdale's community emphasizes character, leadership, and faith in God. Scott works part time on the campus in international student recruiting, public relations, and marketing.


BUSN351 International Business

BUSN451 International Business and Global Strategies

BUSN551 International Business and Global Strategies 

Related Experiences

As the managing director for Compass Global, Scott serves customers and partners in North America, Europe, and Asia. Compass Global assists companies with an Asian strategy by aligning efforts with trusted technology partners in Asia and/or assessing market entry and growth strategies for accessing growing Asian markets. Compass Global has established like-minded, trusted partners to help companies realize a global strategy.

Scott has been traveling and working in Asia for 25+ years. Prior to starting Compass Global, he led the effort to open an office in the Philippines and served as the Asia Pacific program manager and ultimately as the global account executive of Trax Technologies, serving a Fortune 100 customer. He also lived in Hong Kong for two years and directed a not-for-profit organization that educated business students and executives about the unique opportunities to integrate their faith in God with their business calling.