Georgette Wilson, Ed.D.

Col., U.S. Army

Associate Professor College of Distance Education
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Biography

Prof Wilson was a military professor in the Joint Military Operations Department, prior to culminating active duty as Director of Logistics for the US Army in Japan. She was a systems automation officer at NATO HQ in Belgium, and PACOM HQ, in Hawaii. She served as a Support Operations Officer and a Battalion XO at Ft Hood, Texas. She commanded a maintenance company in the 9th ID, Ft Lewis, Washington, and a logistics battalion in Wiesbaden, Germany. At Jacobs Technology she was the Senior Logistician on a USAF surveillance radar project, for Taiwan, and worked for NETSIMCO in the Associate Provost’s office at USNWC. Adjunct Professor at Johnson & Wales University, NSCC, and in CDE at USNWC.

Areas of Expertise

  • Military Planning

Education

Ed.D., Johnson & Wales University

M.A., Army War College, Strategic Studies

Armed Forces Staff College, JPME Phase II

Command & General Staff College, JPME Phase I

M.S., Naval Postgraduate School, Computer Science

B.S., United States Military Academy

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Research Contributions

Fitting-in: Sociocultural Adaptation of International Graduate Students in the United States 
Doctoral Dissertation, Johnson & Wales University, 2011 
Wilson, G.P.

Awards and Decorations

Silver Order of Saint Martin, Quartermaster Association Award
2003

Competent Toastmasters Award 
2002

Distinguished Young AFCEAN (Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Assn) 
1991

External Memberships and Associations

Association of the United States Army

United States Army Quartermaster Association

Association of the First Corps of Cadets

Military Officers Association of America

Naval War College Foundation

Executive Women's Golf Association

West Point Women

News, Media, & Events

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U.S. Naval War College Graduation: November 2018

Nov. 14, 2018
12:00 p.m.
U.S. Naval War College, 686 Cushing Road, Newport, RI 02841
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The Year of the Gray Wolf: The Rise of Turkey’s New Ultranationalism

Jul. 16, 2018
War On The Rocks
Article Publication

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