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Fr. Paulson Mundanmani is a priest and a teacher. He has been working in the diocese of Oakland, California for the last two decades. Fr. Paulson is currently working at Christ the King Church, Pleasant HIll as Pastor. He worked at St. Mary Catholic Church, Walnut Creek, St. Isidore’s in Danville, Holy Spirit, Fremont and St. Edwards in Newark. He served as a consultor to the Bishop as well as a member of the Priests’ advisory council on a number of projects. He is the Chaplain to Catholics at Work, a ministry of the diocese of Oakland that works with Business People, Professionals in Industry and other Successful people to close the gap between their work and their faith. Besides his degree in theology and philosophy, Fr. Paulson holds a doctoral degree in Education (Catholic Educational Leadership) from the University of San Francisco, and an MBA (Human Resources Management) from Indira Gandhi’s National Open University (IGNOU), Delhi, India. He was educated by the Salesians of Don Bosco, with whom he worked many years in the North Eastern Region of India. He was the General Manager of Don Bosco Technical School, Shillong before transitioning to the United States of America.
Fr. Paulson is the seventh of nine children born of Anthony and Elizabeth Mundanmani. He has a brother priest, who is a Carmelite, actively involved in education in India. Fr. Paulson has worked with schools, governmental and non-governmental agencies in India. He worked as a consultant to “Misereor International” (The German Catholic Bishop’s Organization for Development Cooperation) on developmental projects for technical training in India. He provided his leadership skills to shape the vision and mission of SKIP (Skills For Progress), a conglomerate of nearly 200 technical institutions imparting employment-oriented skills training to the young, especially the poor.