Her research interests are production and operations management, international business, and entrepreneurship. Dr. Fuxman has published articles in academic journals and also presented numerous research papers at national and international conferences. She won first prize in a national competition for the case study “Cineplex Odeon - The Motion Picture Theater Industry.”
Dr. Leonora Fuxman
Dr. Leonora Fuxman is an Associate Professor of Management at St. John’s University. Dr. Fuxman received a Ph.D in Operations Management and a Masters in Decision Sciences from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelors in Mathematics from Kiev State University, Ukraine.
Dr. Joseph Gilkey, PhD
Joseph Gilkey, Jr. is an Asst. Professor, Co-Chair Consumer Institute and Director of the Bloomberg Trading Room at Saint Peter's University Adjunct Professor at St John's University, He has also taught as an Adjunct Professor at the New York Institute of Technology in Statistical Sampling and Decision Science for Management.
Mr. Gilkey is a PhD candidate at ISM and received an M.B.A. from Indiana University, a B.B.A. in Business Management from Dowling College, and an A.A.S. in Business Administration from Suffolk Community College. He has over 30 years of management experience in all facets of the newspaper business, currently overseeing the Circulation, Promotion, and Consumer Marketing departments as Senior Vice-President of the New York Daily News, the largest daily tabloid newspaper, most recently served as the Chief Consumer Officer.
Dr. Jack Hampton
Dr. Jack Hampton is a Professor of Business at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey, a principal in the Princeton Consulting Group, and a regular contributor to Risk and Insurance magazine. He was previously dean of the schools of business at Seton Hall and Connecticut State universities.
He received innovation awards in 2008 and 2011 for his books on enterprise risk management and financial risk management, both published by the American Management Association. He is the author of Culture, Intricacies, and Obsession in Academia: Why Colleges and Universities Are Struggling to Deliver the Goods (2017). Along with his courses in New York City, Jack also teaches Introduction to Research Methods to the ISM doctoral students in Paris, France.
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Dr. Sterling Jasper
Dr. Sterling Jasper teaches Executive Leadership in the DBA and PhD programs at ISM. Dr. Jasper is the founder and president of Sterling Coaching Solutions LLC, a business execution consulting firm established in 2007. He works with small to mid-size companies to implement strategy and improvements while maintaining and sustaining superior performance. At Sterling Coaching Solutions, our passion and mission is to optimize work teams and processes through a unique blend of training and coaching that produce high-impact results.
Dr Jasper, with over 20 years of corporate experience, teaches undergraduate classes in business management and leadership at Baruch College, the City University of New York. He also teaches business courses at Mercy College in Manhattan. Dr. Jasper earned his doctorate in Executive Leadership Development from St. John Fisher in Rochester, New York.
Dr. Kimberly Reeve
Dr. Kimberly Reeve teaches Social Entrepreneurship and Management and Leadership of Non-Profits at ISM master's and doctoral candidates at our New York partner location, St. John's University. She has played an active role in our diversity and inclusion initiative by drafting and presenting a paper on our research at the IABS Conference in Hong Kong last year and chairing the Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
In addition to her work at ISM, Professor Reeve is an associate professor of business and the director of the NYC City Semester- Business program at The King's College in New York City. She is also an adjunct assistant professor of business at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College in New York City. Prior to joining King's College, Professor Reeve worked as a management consultant and had the opportunity to work with business and non-profit clients throughout the US, Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia. Her research interests include mergers and acquisitions in the non-profit sector, measuring impact in social enterprises, the economic impact of corporate social responsibility initiatives, and identifying effective means of scaling enterprises.
Raymond LaManna teaches Business Policy in the MBA and IEMBA programs at ISM. LaManna is currently the owner of his own human resources consulting firm, specializing in employee relations, training and coaching. In addition, he is Professor of Management at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. Mr.LaManna has extensive experience in the human resources field.
Prior to establishing his own firm, Ray held positions as Director of Human Resources at the Parish of Trinity Church on Wall Street, Human Resources Director of Integrated Resources Inc., a diversified financial services firm, where he was responsible for all employee relations, recruitment and compensation functions as well as HR positions at Wells Fargo Bank and JP Morgan Chase. Ray is also a member of the graduate faculty of the School of Health Sciences and Practice at New York Medical College, where he teaches graduate courses on organizational theory, human resources, change management and employee relations. For eight years, he was also chair of the Business Administration Department of Berkeley College.
Ray holds advanced degrees in theology, psychology and adult education and is presently a doctoral candidate in the Adult and Continuing education program Teachers College/Columbia University. Ray has also been actively involved in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as national chairperson of the Management Practices committee. He is also national Subject Matter Expert for Module 1 of the Learning System-Business Management & Strategy. He has extensive experience as a guest speaker on HR and management issues and has life certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
Dr. Brenda Massetti
Dr. Brenda Massetti is an Associate Professor of Management at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St. John’s University. Dr. Massetti received a Ph.D in Information and Management Science from Florida State University, an M.B.A. from the University of Alabama in Birmingham, and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of South Florida.
Her research interests include investigating the impacts of communications and information technology on organizations as well as the impacts of information sourcing on an individual’s decision-making and creativity. She has presented over twenty papers at conferences in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Dr. Joseph Onochie
Dr. Joseph Onochie teaches Executive Finance and Risk Management in the DBA and PhD programs at ISM. Dr. Onochie has 15+ years experience in finance as a financial consultant, an economist, and a line-of-business executive. His experience in instructional design, content creation and client engagements has enabled his role as a consultant to span both the development and delivery functions. Since 1993, Joseph has been affiliated with the Baruch College Zicklin School of Business, City University of New York. He is an Associate Professor of Finance and, until 2012, he was the Academic Director of the Executive MBA program and the Chairman of the Graduate Committee on Academic Standing.
He previously was the Acting Director of all Executive Programs. In his role at Baruch College, Joseph has managed the 2-year Executive MBA and the 1-year Executive Master of Science in Finance programs and conducted undergraduate, graduate and executive MBA and MS Finance courses in Corporate Finance, Derivative Securities, Investments, Managerial Finance and Health Care Finance.
Joseph holds a Ph.D in Financial Economics and a MA in Economics from University of New Orleans; an MBA in Finance from Tulane University; an MS in Engineering Management from University of Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana; and a B.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
Dr. Therese Pactwa
Dr. Therese Pactwa is an Associate Professor of Finance at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St. John’s University.
Dr. Pactwa received a Ph.D in Finance from Florida International University, an M.S. in Finance from Drexel University, and a B.B.A. in Economics from the University of Iowa. She is co-author of the book The Return Generating Models in Global Finance, as well as two book chapters and several journal articles.
Dr. Thomas Schwartz
Dr. Thomas Schwartz is an operations-oriented international business trainer and consultant with over thirty years of combined corporate and university training experience. Dr. Schwartz received a Ph.D from UCLA, an M.A. from Brigham Young University and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin.
His corporate experience as a human resources professional includes significant work in management and executive development, and providing organizational development consulting services to a range of client companies. Currently, he runs his own Connecticut-based business as well as serving as a guest lecturer. His publications have appeared in major journals, and his areas of specialization include management, global business, cross-cultural communication, and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Nicos Scordis
Dr. Nicos Scordis is a Professor in the School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science of the Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St. John’s University. Dr. Scordis received a Ph.D in Finance from the University of South Carolina, an M.B.A. from the University of Georgia, and a B.S. in Risk and Insurance from Florida State University.
His research interests include risk modeling, risk financing, and management of risk across enterprise to create value for shareholders. Dr. Scordis’ research combines theoretical rigor with pragmatic relevance and he has written for highly regarded risk industry publications. He was sought out by the 105th U.S. Congress for expert testimony on financial services integration.
Dr. Matthew Wong
Dr. Matthew Wong is an Associate Professor of Finance at St. John’s University. Dr. Wong received a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Mississippi and is a graduate of the Fordham University School of Law in New York.
His research interests include common stock performance and inflation, asset allocation strategies for retirement contributions, swap pricing anomalies, bankruptcy, and China’s securities regulations. He has published many academic articles and is a practicing attorney specializing in mergers and acquisitions, high yield financing and structured finance, including securitization