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Michael Paulovich
MICHAEL PAULOVICH
Business Management
Adjunct Associate Professor
Guam

Dr. Michael Paulovich holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from Walden University, an M.A. in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College, an MBA and M.A. in management from Webster University, and an AB in economics from Harvard University.  He is also certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP). 

Dr. Paulovich is a retired Marine Corps Officer, worked for Battelle Memorial Institute as a Senior Research Scientist, and for the Department of Defense as a civilian employee.  He was an Economics Instructor at the US Naval Academy, and on a subsequent assignment as the Director of the Division for Humanities and Social Sciences which included the Departments of Economics, History, English, Political Science, and Language Studies. 

Christian Pawlicki
CHRISTIAN PAWLICKI
Business Management
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Okinawa
Professor Christian (C.J.) Pawlicki holds an MBA and a B.S. in Management Studies, from UMUC. His core competencies include: leadership, project management, business processes and operations management, data analytics, strategic vision and business development, finance, and marketing. Professor Pawlicki’s professional career spans over twenty-eight years with experience in both the public and private sectors. He served on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps for twenty years (retired in 2012); during that time, he was stationed in mainland Japan, North Carolina, Okinawa, Mississippi, California, and multiple worldwide deployments. In 2006, C.J. launched a start-up venture, co-founding a highly successful stock market timing service, and serving as COO until selling the firm in 2012. After retiring from the Marine Corps, C.J. joined the federal civil service, where he worked for five years as a program manager for III Marine Expeditionary Force in Okinawa, Japan. He resigned from the government in 2017, and now works as a logistics consultant with several DoD clients. Additionally, he is responsible for identifying and developing new business opportunities in the Pacific for his firm. Prof. Pawlicki joined the UMGC Asia team in 2019 as an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the MBA Program.