In addition to his role as a faculty member in the Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship, Kammerer is the Director of the Duree Center for Entrepreneurship at Lindenwood’s Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise.
Dr. Kammerer earned an MBA in 2009 and a PhD in Management in 2016, both from the University of Kansas. During his PhD program, Kammerer was a fellow in the Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship – a distinct honor among PhD students at KU as students are chosen for the fellowship because they “demonstrate the promise to make significant contributions to their fields of study and society as a whole.”
Prior to entering the PhD program, Kammerer co-founded a small family business. The company continues its operations to this day providing products and services to organizations to ensure their compliance with state and federal laboratory testing regulations.