John Sagi is Professor of Business and Computer Studies at Anne Arundel Community College. He also teaches graduate courses in international business, electronic commerce and management information systems at Johns Hopkins University and The George Washington University, and teaches the strategic management capstone course at the University of Maryland.
He was a Fulbright Senior Scholar to the Russian Federation, teaching electronic commerce and business in 2004. He is currently a Fulbright Ambassador, and is on the US Scholar Peer Review Committee, which selects educators for Fulbright scholarships.
He has held several senior management positions with FMC Corporation. He has also had a distinguished military career, serving on surface ships and submarines, and working in information technology at Commander In Chief, US Atlantic Fleet Headquarters and at NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium.
John received his doctorate in management science from The George Washington University. He also has degrees in international business from Johns Hopkins University and in naval science from the US Naval Academy. He has published in academic journals on electronic commerce and business, and has presented at many international conferences including the World Future Society, the Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET) Conference, and the Society for the Advancement of Management. Dr Sagi’s research interests include the social aspects of electronic commerce.