YCCC Welcomes Dr. Stephen Paulone as NEW Full-Time Business Faculty

January 27, 2017

YCCC is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Stephen Paulone as the newest full-time faculty member in the Business Department.

Dr. Paulone has over twenty-five years of experience in manufacturing, marketing and finance, and has held such positions as marketing manager, manager of new product development, marketing program manager, director of marketing and finance director. He even had his own business as a consultant in business structure, business and market analysis and customer acquisition and retention. He has taught full time and part time for almost 20 years. Prior to coming to YCCC, he had extensive educational experience as a faculty member, director of graduate business programs and educational consultant.

While in the corporate world, he had created the first electronic catalog in the bearing industry, created the first website for a Fortune 100 company, led the effort on new product development of over $1 billion of projects, created the concept through production process for several divisions of a major corporation, consulted in financial services software for the surety insurance industry, and helped lead the first e-business and services venture for a major manufacturing company. He has also served on committees for the State of Connecticut and Waterbury Chamber of Commerce in the area of economic development.

“YCCC is very happy that Steve is joining the team in Academic Affairs. He brings to us on-line and classroom teaching experience and management experience in the industry.” said Paula Gagnon, YCCC’s Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs “Steve’s skills and experience will enhance our already strong programs in Business, and Accounting.”

Dr. Paulone holds a Doctorate in Financial Management from Northcentral University. He received his MBA, concentration in marketing, and MS, concentration in Finance, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and received his undergraduate degree from Fairfield University. He currently makes his home in Kennebunk with his wife Suzanne. They have two children and six grandchildren who all love to visit Maine and enjoy the great lifestyle of the region.