Robert J Pauly
Current City: Elgin, SC
Chapter: Midlands SCORE
I attended the University of Virginia, graduating with a BS in Engineering. I earned an MS in Engineering from the George Washington University and an MBA at the George Mason University. I worked in a variety of systems engineering and business planning positions throughout my career, which began as a government employee with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration at the Goddard Space Flight Center. Seven years later, I joined AT&T Bell Labs where I continued to work on the space program supporting NASA’s manned lunar landing efforts. Following the successful lunar landing missions, my work shifted to technical and business issues related to providing services to AT&T’s telecom customers. About half of my career with AT&T was spent at the Bell Labs Research Center in Murray Hill, NJ and the remainder in Washington, DC. I was designated an AT&T Bell Labs Distinguished Member of Technical Staff in 1984. In 1998, I retired from AT&T and have since focused my efforts on consulting work and teaching. I began my teaching career in 1993, as a member of the adjunct faculty at the George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Since moving to Columbia, SC in July 2000, I have been teaching on the Saint Leo University Shaw AFB Campus and the University of Phoenix Online Faculty. I teach courses in economics, finance, and management.
BS Engineering - University of Virginia MS Engineering - George Washington University MBA - George Mason University