Assistant Professor of Public Administration
Professor of Practice in Management
Professor of Accounting / I Meyeng UOG-Certified Online Teacher
Dr. Doreen T. Crisostomo-Muña is a Professor of Accounting in the School of Business and Public Administration at the University of Guam. She teaches courses in the Accounting and Public Administration programs. Currently, she is the Accountability Director for the AGA-Guam Chapter, and reviewer to the Popular Annual Financial Reporting Award Program of the Government Finance Officers Association.
She has published articles on topics of government accounting, public policy, accounting systems, and pedagogy. In recognition of her work, she has received several awards from AGA National, including the 2022 Educator Award, Chapter Accountability and Transparency awards, the Platinum Level Chapter Recognition Award, and the Platinum Regional Vice President Award. She has also been awarded the NASBA Center for the Public Trust Campus Being a Difference Award for ethical leadership, UOG Community Awareness Award for research, and was a nominee for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants George Krull/Grant Thornton Teaching Innovation Award.
Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management
Dr. Joann Diego joined the School of Business & Public Administration in 2021 as full-time faculty in human resource management. She has been an adjunct faculty for SBPA and a program coordinator with the School of Education since 2010 and 2007, respectively.
Human resource management has always been in Joann’s heart. She was the founding vice president for the award-winning UOG Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Student Chapter during her undergraduate years 25 years ago, and she is now the adviser for the chapter.
Network Director / Center Director, Pacific Islands Small Business Development Center Network, Guam Small Business Development Center
Professor of Legal Studies
Guthertz’ focus of research is on public policy and public administration on Guam and in the Western Pacific. She was raised and educated on Guam and has served the University of Guam and the Guam comnunity in various capacities, such as academic vice president, tenured full professor, chair of Public Administraiton and Legal Studies, director of Public Safety, acting chief of police, chair of the Board of Education, and commissioner of the Consolidated Commission on Utilities.