Paul G. English
3509 Mimosa Court
Chesapeake, Virginia 23321
Phone: 757-483-9055 Fax:757-483-0506
Professor of Business Management (1972-1973 ;
1974-1984; 1986-Present) Tidewater Community College, Chesapeake,
Virginia. Have taught practically all courses in the business
and economics curriculum. In 1996, began teaching Cultural Geography.
Taught for the Navy's PACE Program on board the USS Farragut during
a Mediterranean deployment and the USS Lasalle during a Middle
Eastern deployment. Traveled throughout Western Europe and portions
Lecturer (1984-1986) The University of Maryland--Asian
Division. Taught business courses to students stationed on U.S. military
bases in Korea, Japan, the Phillipines, and Australia. During
the summer of 1985, became an exchange faculty with Northwestern Polytechnical
University in Xian, Shaanxi Province, China. Traveled throughout
Asia between semesters.
American Red Cross Field Representative (1973-1974)
Administered the blood collection program for Eastern Virginia and North
Budget Analyst (1971-1972) Department of Commerce,
Boulder, Colorado. Prepared and analyzed budget requirements for
the Environmental Research Laboratory of NOAA.
Management Analyst (1969) U.S. General Accounting
Office, Washington, D.C. Prepared a management audit of the Automatic
Data Payroll System of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
Ambassador of Goodwill (Summer 1992--Va. Port
Authority Grant) Taught management principles to schools in Kaliningrad,
St. Petersburg, and Perm, Russia to help in the transition to capitalism.
Met with leaders to discuss ways to implement market principles and to
expand their opportunities. Made the initial contact for our existing
Russia-TCC relationship. (Summer 1995--Fullbright grant in Mexico)
Met and shared experiences with union leaders, teachers, businessmen, and
Management Audit / Return to Industry Grant (Summer 1988)
Conducted a comprehensive analysis of a medium sized wholesale distributor,
including financial statements, break-even estimates, and alternative marketing
strategies. Found irregularities and owner eventually re-organized.
Behavioral Consultant (1974-1986) Conducted programs
which involved leadership styles, teamwork training, and interpersonal
communication for a variety of corporate and governmental clients, such
as IBM, Zerox, Hyundai, and the City of Chesapeake.
Grants Coordinator (1974-1979) Wrote and directed
a CETA Project involving a manpower study. Directed a Title 1 Project
involving consumer awareness.
Expert Witness (1972-1975) Provided testimony concerning
the present value of lost earnings in litigation involving railroad accidents.
Real Estate Salesman (1977-1979) Part-Time. Sold
enough residential real estate to purchase my home.
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