Carl Maugeri

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Carl Maugeri
Senior Associate Director, Wharton Communication Program

Carl Maugeri is a Senior Associate Director of the Wharton Communication Program and manages communication instruction for Wharton’s Executive MBA program in San Francisco, and serves as a member of the affiliated faculty of Wharton’s Aresty Institute of Executive Education.

Maugeri’s international experience includes teaching Management Communication at the Bled School of Management (IEDC), Slovenia in 2007. He also served as a China Program Director for Wharton’s Global Immersion Program in Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong in 2002, and Taipei and Beijing in 2007.

Prior to joining Wharton, Maugeri served as Associate Director of Federal Relations in the Office of Government, Community and Public Affairs at Penn where he represented the University in Washington in advocacy for science research funding and higher education policy. He also has worked as a science and business journalist, contributing news and feature articles to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and Courier-Post newspapers, as well as to industry research and development magazines including GlaxoSmithKline’s R&D News. Maugeri has been a consultant to several non-profit organizations including the Say Yes to Education Foundation, the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, The American Lung Association of Delaware and the American Red Cross of Delmarva Peninsula.

Maugeri also is a 2003 recipient of the Camden County Freedom Medal in recognition of work in human relations and public service. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Camden County College Foundation and serves as Chairman of the Haddonfield Human Relations Commission.

He holds a Masters Degree in Government Administration from the Fels Center of Government at Penn and a BA in English from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.

Courses Taught

Fels Institute of Government

The Fels Institute of Government
3814 Walnut St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19104

(215) 898-7326
felsinstitute@sas.upenn.edu