Adjunct Faculty, School of Business
- MDiv, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Candidate)
- MA (Biblical Studies), Dallas Theological Seminary
- JD, Loyola Marymount University
- BS in Business Administration, University of Southern California
Professor Wesley teaches graduate level business courses such as Business Economics and Metrics, and Compensation Principles and Strategies.
He recently retired as Kimberly-Clark Corporation’s vice president of global compensation & benefits. During his 10-year career at Kimberly-Clark, he completed major redesign of Kimberly-Clark’s
executive compensation program, global redesign of company’s salary and bonus structure, redesigned major retirement plans, and designed. He reduced compensation and benefit expenses by $250 million and liabilities by $400 million in five year period.
He also worked as the vice president of compensation and benefits for 7-Eleven and FedEx Office and the director of global compensation for Atlantic Richfield (ARCO). Wesley has extensive international experience and a background in finance and law.
Academic Specialties & Interests:
U.S. and international compensation and benefit plans (executive & non-executive)
Traveling and Skiing
Teaching at Cairn since 2016