Associate Professor, Geography
Associate Professor, Marketing
Terrie O’Brien has been teaching Marketing for almost 30 years. She is currently an Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Guam, has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at UOG, Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and for Chaminade University in Hawaii. While living in Australia she taught Marketing at Monash University in Melbourne for three years, where she undertook doctoral studies in Services Marketing Management. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton and her Master’s in Business Administration with a double major in Marketing and Finance from University of California, Los Angeles. After graduation she worked in advertising with Doyle, Dane, Bernbach, New York, then ran a small telecommunications company in California. After moving to Guam, 30 years ago, she began providing consulting services to local, national, and international businesses and governments in Marketing Management and Market Research for both local and international companies and continues this today. Her areas of interest and teaching include Marketing Management, Marketing Research, and e-Marketing. She has also worked on various projects for the University such as accreditation coordinator, department chair, internship coordinator, marketing club advisor, and promotional development. She has worked in retailing, banking, promotions, and sales. She enjoys traveling and has traveled extensively throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
AT Center Assistant
Assistant Professor, Library Science
Perry has been in the library profession for 16 years and currently work as the Cataloging Librarian at MARC. He has a double masters: Master of Public Administration, University of Guam and Master of Library Science, University of North Texas. He is currently working on a Doctorate degree in Education (EdD), with a focus in Higher and Post-secondary education with Argosy University, Hawaii campus. He hopes to complete the program in March 2017.