Adjunct Faculty

Joseph Abbondandolo

Joseph Abbondandolo
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: jabbondandolo@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

Joe started teaching as an Adjunct Professor at The City College of New York in 2011. He has taught undergraduate classes in Human Resources Management, Principles of Management, Strategic Management, and Organizational Change. Joe is also a Human Resources Facilitator for eCornell and an Adjunct Professor at Union County College in New Jersey teaching business courses. His most recent industry position was the enterprise VP, Benefits for Jefferson in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was responsible for designing and communicating the harmonized benefits offering across six separate hospitals and two different universities. The integration included consolidating the vendors for all benefits. He managed a staff of twenty benefits professionals. Joe’s extensive industry experience included working for large global for-profit organizations such as Johnson & Johnson (J&J), Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), and Ciba-Geigy. He also worked for non-profit organizations such as Thomas Jefferson University & Jefferson Health (Jefferson), Kennedy Health (Kennedy), and the International Aids Vaccine Initiative.

 

Mustapha Camara

Mustapha Camara
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: mcamara@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Donald J. Charlton

Donald J. Charlton
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC | p: 757-816-1256
e: donaldjcharlton@gmail.com | LinkedIn

I am a retired U.S. Navy veteran (1986-2006). My last tour of duty in the Navy was at the Center for Naval Leadership in Norfolk, Virginia where I facilitated courses in organizational leadership and management. I have been living and teaching in New York since 2006. I hold a B.A. in Geography from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a M.S. Ed. in Secondary Education from Old Dominion University, an M.A. in History from The City College of New York and an M.A. in Economics also from The City College of New York. I hold Professional Teaching Certificates for middle and high school social sciences in Virginia and New York. Currently, I am teaching a class I created, “Leaders Who Changed Their Worlds”, in the Freshman Inquiry Writing Seminar (FIQWS) program at The City College of New York. I am also teaching AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics and AP Comparative Government and Politics at Convent of the Sacred Heart High School.

 

Hayal Dargin

Hayal Dargin
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: hdargin@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Ahmed Elkhouly

Ahmed Elkhouly
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: aelkhouly@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Amal Fares

Amal Fares
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: afares@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Ernesto Garcia III

Ernesto Garcia III
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: egarcia2@gc.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Richard Horwitz

Richard Horwitz
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: rhorwitz@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

Richard Horwitz is a Managing Director at Capital Markets Risk Advisors (CMRA), a boutique risk management consulting firm. As an expert in derivatives and structured financial transactions, CMRA has been part of the solution for most of the prominent financial mishaps of the last two decades (e.g., Lehman, MF Global). He was previously a Managing Director of Risk Management (6 person team) and Investment Research (14 person team) at Merrill Lynch's Hedge Fund Development and Management Group (HFDMG), which had $26 billion under management. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Mr. Horwitz served as Director of Risk Management and Portfolio Analytics at Kenmar Global Investment Management, a $3 billion fund of funds. Mr. Horwitz began his financial career as a consultant in the financial services practice of Booz Allen and Hamilton, focusing on a combination of business, technology, and operational strategy work. Mr. Horwitz then spent 8 years as a Principal and Senior Equity Analyst and Principal at Sanford C. Bernstein. Mr. Horwitz authored Hedge Fund Risk Fundamentals, Solving the Risk Management and Transparency Challenge, published by Bloomberg Press, and Risk Management for Institutional Investors: Fulfilling Fiduciary and Strategic Responsibilities published by Risk Books. He also wrote "Integrating Credit Hedge Funds into a Portfolio of Investments," a chapter in Credit Derivative Strategies: New Thinking on Managing Risk and Return, edited by Rohan Douglas, Bloomberg Press. Mr. Horwitz received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, his MBA from the Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and partially completed the PhD program at the Operations Research Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

Raed Kaldi

Raed Kaldi
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: rkaldi@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

Currently, a management and marketing adjunct lecturer, as well as a learning management system consultant. Spent over 20 years providing clients with corporate training, strategic corporate and marketing communications solutions; as well as hands-on involvement in implementation and project management. A ferocious business development expert generating and managing clients in both the private and public sectors. A representative clients sample includes The Saudi Ministry of Education, The Jordanian Ministry of Education, The Saudi Ministry of defense, Oman Chamber of Commerce, Higher Council for Family Affairs in Qatar, Standard Chartered Bank, MARS, NISSAN, McDonald's, Coca-Cola, Blackberry, Motorola, Pizza Hut, Wendy's, Frito-Lay, IBM, KPMG, Booz Allen, Novartis, UNDP, Qatar Airways, Arab National Bank, SAMBA, Banque Saudi Fransi, Saudi Offset Program, InvestBank in Jordan, Jordan Investment Board, First Investment Group in Jordan, Ministry of Youth in Jordan, and Alpari commodities trading in the UAE.

 

Paul Kim

Paul Kim
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: pkim@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Feridoon Koohi-Kamali

Feridoon Koohi-Kamali
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: fkoohi@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn
w: fkoohi.com

I am a Visiting Associate Professor of Applied Political Economy at the New School for Social Research, New York, teaching Econometrics in the Ph.D. Economics Program; I have also taught graduate time-series Macroeconometrics at Columbia University. I hold an M.Sc (Econ.) from London University and D.Phil in Economics from Oxford University. My early background was in financial journalism; I have expertise in war-time rationing of scarce resources and measurement of shortage by price adjustment. I have worked as a research and teaching economists at a number of academic institutions, and have been a consultant to the World Bank (Africa region), and a member of the research team on the 2010 European Union Report on Development dealing with social protection in Sub-Sahara Africa.

 

Henry Ma

Henry Ma
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: hpma@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Robert Mellman

Robert Mellman
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: rmellmanccny@gmail.com | LinkedIn

Bob Mellman is a volunteer at City College where he enjoys spending considerable time team teaching courses in economics and finance and also tutoring and mentoring individual students. Dr. Mellman came to City College after working more than 30 years at J.P. Morgan as a senior economist and Managing Director in the Economic Research group. At Morgan, he helped develop the forecast of the US economy, contributed weekly research pieces to Morgan’s Global Data Watch publication, and met regularly with investors and other clients of the bank. Before coming to J.P. Morgan, he spent a decade doing public policy research for the federal government and then for Charles River Associates, a Boston-based consulting firm. Bob Mellman is a graduate of Swarthmore College and has a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT.

 

Ercio Munoz Saavedra

Ercio Munoz Saavedra
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: emunozsaavedra@gradcenter.cuny.edu | LinkedIn
w: erciomunoz.org

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Luis Monroy-Gómez-Franco

Luis Monroy-Gómez-Franco
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: lmonroygomezfranco@gradcenter.cuny.edu | LinkedIn
w: sites.google.com/view/lmonroygomezfranco

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Joshua Moritz

Joshua Moritz
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: jmoritz@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

Joshua Moritz is an Assistant Adjunct Professor and serial entrepreneur, having founded, developed, sold and been part of numerous start-ups including DMTG, Customer Growth, Medozza, Worktopia and Challahconnection.com. Moritz teaches marketing, analytics, and leadership courses for New York University, CCNY, Baruch College and Yeshiva University. He was awarded a Rebus/CCNY grant to develop an OER textbook called “A Marketing Handbook,” as well as grants from New York University to study teaching modalities for simulations and programming languages. Moritz holds a BA from Rutgers College, an MBA from Babson College, Certificates in Effective College Instruction from CCNY/ACUE and Russian Business Practices from Saint Petersburg State University in Saint Petersburg Russia and has received simulation training from Harvard Business School Publishing and “Marketplace Simulations.”​

 

Hank Huy Nguyen

Hank Huy Nguyen
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: hank.huy@gmail.com | LinkedIn
CPS: Interview Jun 5, 2019

"I Help Them Create Their Own Stories" - Professor Hank Nguyen on Mentorship and Student Success

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Demetrios Papacostas

Demetrios Papacostas
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: dpapacostas@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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John Park

John Park
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: jpark3@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Miguel Orozco Vazquez

Miguel Orozco Vazquez
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: morozcovazquez@gradcenter.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Srikar Vinjamuri

Srikar Vinjamuri
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: svinjamuri@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

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Kim Wales

Kim Wales
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: kim@walescapital.com | LinkedIn

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Marianne Wolk

Marianne Wolk
Adjunct Professor

o: NAC
e: mwolk@ccny.cuny.edu | LinkedIn

Marianne Wolk has ~25 years of experience as a buy- and sell-side Equity Analyst following the technology industry. She is a ranked investment analyst, named an All Star by The Wall Street Journal, Starmine, Bloomberg and Greenwich Associate polls for both stock picking and earnings estimate accuracy. In November 2006, Bloomberg Magazine named Marianne Wolk one of the top 20 analysts in the world due to her pre-IPO analysis of Google and first-to-market recommendation of its shares. As a leading Internet analyst, Marianne made frequent appearances on CNBC and Bloomberg television and was widely quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes and Bloomberg. Marianne Wolk has held senior Equity Research positions with numerous boutique investment banks. These include derivatives leaders’ O’Connor & Associates and Susquehanna Financial Group and technology leader Robertson Stephens & Company. Marianne began her career in management consulting with Booz, Allen & Hamilton. In 2011, Marianne founded a strategic consulting firm and began providing financial advisory services to startups, primarily in the eCommerce sector. Marianne earned a BS in Applied Mathematics from Northwestern University (honors program, Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences) and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.