Charlene Geary head shot

Assistant Professor

College Hall
Department Global Business Management

Mailing Address

Regis College box 10

235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493


    Dr. Charlene Geary is currently an Assistant Professor of Global Business Management at Regis College. Charlene earned a Doctorate in Law and Policy from Northeastern University where she has taught for many years in the College of Professional Studies Undergraduate Leadership Program. She has trained hundreds of students at Northeastern University in the Undergraduate Leadership Program to “empower their endless leadership potential.” Charlene has experience teaching on-campus, hybrid, and extensive experience teaching online as well.

    Charlene is the creator of the Personal EntrepreneurshipTM concept. Personal EntrepreneurshipTM is this idea that before we can be effective leaders we must have a plan for continuous improvement in our own life. Personal EntrepreneurshipTM is a process of developing in our personal, professional, and spiritual life.

    Dr. Geary’s professional experience is in telecommunications and real estate. Experience in the telecommunications industry includes years with Continental Telecom Corporation, U.S. West Information Systems, and International Data Corporation (IDC). Charlene’s experience in the telecommunications industry covers a variety of areas including marketing, sales, training, client services management, account management, and market research. Charlene also enjoyed many years in the real estate business. Charlene has published works on the topic of real estate including the area of land-use policy and in telecommunications as well.


    Doctor of Law and Policy (LPD), Northeastern University

    Master of Arts in Human Resource Administration, Framingham State University

    Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Marketing, Merrimack College

    Personal EntrepreneurshipTM - Empower Your Endless Leadership Potential, Creation House (September 2015) ISBN: 978-1-62998-465-0

    The Effects of Land Use Policies on Modular Home Construction: A Comparative Case Study of Three Counties in Massachusetts (December 1, 2013). Social Science Research Network

    Estate Management and Preventive Maintenance: How to Maintain Your Home So It’s Ready to Sell at Anytime – B&G Publishing Group (April 2010) ISBN: 978-0-9792979-5-3

    Properly Preparing A Home For Sale Is The First Step In Getting It Sold, The Real Estate Professional Magazine (November/December 2009)

    Estate JournalTM - A Resource to Reference Your Personal and Household Information B&G Publishing Group (May 2007) ISBN: 978-0-979-2979-7-7

    Telecommunications Publications

    AT&T Newswatch Editor (International Data Corporation Publication) International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunication, and consumer technology markets. (Source:

    Charlene was IDC’s primary liaison to AT&T Information Systems. She provided on-going research on product enhancements, new product announcements, and pricing strategies. Charlene was also the editor of the AT&T Newswatch (Monthly Publication) and contributing editor of a Quarterly Residual Value Memo.

    Sampling of Notable Articles Published in IDC’s AT&T Newswatch:

    • AT&T Acquires Ten Percent of the Custom Software Company
    • New Organizational Changes at AT&T Information Systems
    • AT&T–IS Combines its Strength with Electronic Data Systems, Inc., Dallas, TX
    • Information Systems Digital Network is the Network of the Future
    • AT&T Increases Production of Custom Logic Chips
    • AT&T Reports a Healthy First Quarter
    • AT&T Credit Corporation – Is It True?
    • IBM and ROLM are on the Road Together
    • Backlogs on Line Orders: A Thing of the Past
    • AT&T Holds to Promise of Reducing Line Backlogs
    • Are Regional Telephone Companies Meeting Revenue Forecasts?
    • Divestiture – The Competitive Edge
    • AT&T Job Eliminations Create $500 Million Savings Annually