Dr. M. Marcillo-Gomez

mgomezTitle: Assistant Professor
Department: School of Business and Liberal Arts
E-mail: marcilm@cobleskill.edu
Office Location: Warner 216
Office Phone: 518-255-5275
Office Hours: Posted on Angel and by Appointment

Areas of Expertise: Management, Sustainability, Organizational Behavior, Marketing, International Business

Courses Taught:
Business Ethics, Human Resource Management, Business Strategy & Policy, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Organization and Management, Principles of Management, Sustainable Enterprise Management, Business/Professional Communication, Customer Service Management, Business Internship, International Business, Career Placement Seminar, Professional Speech Communication, Academic and Career Success, Principles of Marketing, International Marketing

About Dr. Marcillo-Gomez:
Dr. Marilu Marcillo-Gomez is an Assistant Professor of the School of Business and Liberal Arts and Sciences at State University of New York (SUNY) College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill joining the faculty in August of 2013. In her role as Assistant Professor, Dr. Marcillo-Gomez works with students studying all areas of Business Management and Marketing. She is an active member of the Center for Environmental Science and Technology and is working in an interdisciplinary program between the Environmental and Energy Technologies department and School of Business and Liberal Arts to create a minor in Business to complement the course offering of both departments, as well as a minor in the school of Business and Liberal Arts titled Sustainability for Organization Advantage-Triple Bottom Line. She is also a member of the Multicultural Workforce Management Committee whose is working on a new academic minor related to preparing students to work in the ever changing multicultural work environment, the online curriculum committee, and is preparing to teach a Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course in the Fall of 2014 in partnership with a faculty from a Mexican University.
For the past seven years she has been an Assistant Professor of Business Management for Colorado Technical University and an adjunct faculty for Berkeley College where her responsibilities included both onsite and online instruction of students in the field of Management. She currently is a reviewer for the Academy of Management and CR Navigator Science Journal a Polish and American online journal. She was a contributing author in the book The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change published in 2012 and has co-authored a manuscript awaiting publication titled The Ethics of Answerability and Deniability at BP: An Intertextual Analysis of the Prudhoe Bay Disaster which has been submitted to Organization & Environment Journal. She is currently working on a paper titled The Financial Benefits of Treating Employees Well. In her spare time she volunteers as Girl Scout troop leader to a group of Cadette Scouts, and helps in the fund raising activities of a Boy Scout troop.
Dr. Marcillo-Gomez graduated from Alfred University in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration where she attended on a full academic scholarship. Upon graduation she went to work in various capacities for 3M Company, Jostens Corporation and Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Corporation. While working she earned her Master in Business Administration from Centenary College in New Jersey and her Doctor of Management from the Institute for Advanced Science at Colorado Technical University where she concentrated in the environmental and social sustainability of Business Management practices. She is fluent in English and Spanish, is conversant in French and Italian, and has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Latin America.

Curriculum Vitae:

EDUCATION:

Doctor of Management
Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, Colorado-ACBSP Accredited September 2013 Major Field: Management
Concentration: Environmental and Social Sustainability

Master of Business Administration
Centenary College, Hackettstown, NJ-AACSB Accredited January 2006
Major Field: Management

Bachelor of Science
Alfred University, Alfred, NY-AACSB Accredited May 1990
Major Field: Business Administration
Attended on Full Academic Scholarship

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

Assistant Professor-Business Management
State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology Cobleskill-August 2013 to Present
• Teaching: Instruct traditional college age students in an on-site environment
• Curriculum Development: Serve on Multicultural Workforce Development committee to develop a minor for fall 2014.
Serve on Center for Environmental Science and Technology (CEST) Committee to develop a business minor to complement current curriculum offering in CEST.
Business Department course development titled: Sustainability for Organization Advantage-Triple Bottom Line Fall 2014
• Online Curriculum: Serve on committee to develop online curriculum with emphasis on standards, guidelines, professional development of faculty, and compliance with accrediting body and SUNY.
• Pilot faculty for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Program. Co-teach a course with an international academic partner titled: Communication between Cultures.
• Research: Ongoing research and writing on the topic of “The financial benefits of treating employees well.”

Associate Professor-Business Management
Colorado Technical University –July 2007 to present
• Instructor: Teach non-traditional/traditional military and non-military online college age students who are working towards associate/bachelor degrees.
• Extensive Online Teaching Experience: Highly competent user of Whiteboard and Adobe Breeze Acrobat for teaching, student assignments and communication. Have completed numerous Enhanced Student Learning Courses related to Retention, Different learning styles, online learning, Class Management Strategies, Student learning and Assessment.
• Mentoring: Offer personal insight related to long term career planning.

Adjunct Faculty-Business Management
Berkeley College –September 2006 to Present
• Instruction: Teach on-site and online traditional and non-traditional college age students who are working towards associate/bachelor business degrees. Utilize practical and theoretical knowledge to impart knowledge of Management. On-site used a blended learning model in classroom.
• Extensive Online Experience: In depth knowledge of Blackboard Version 9 platform used both in and outside classroom for instruction and student communication. Blended on-site environment.
• Mentoring: Engage student/alum in long term mentoring. Career and professional planning.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CERTIFICATIONS:

CITI Human Subjects Research Certification (2012)
Ethics and Ethical Behavior (Annual)
NIH Protecting Human Research Participants (2010)
Myths & Misperceptions in online learning (2012)
Enhancing Student Learning and Assessment (2012)
Class Management Strategies (2012)
Retention Strategies (2011)
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Annual)
Data Security Policy Training (Annual)
Fluency in English and Spanish

COURSES TAUGHT PORTFOLIO (from 2005 to present):
(On-Ground, Online and Blended)

International Business
Business Ethics
Leadership
Business Strategy & Policy
Organizational Behavior
Entrepreneurship
Human Resource Management
Business Organization and Management
Principles of Management
Sustainable Enterprise Management
Business/Professional Communication
Customer Service Management
Business Internship
Career Placement Seminar
Professional Speech Communication
Academic and Career Success
Principles of Marketing
International Marketing

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE:
Territory Manager-Dealer Services Division
Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Clifton New Jersey-2005 to 2006
• Account Management: Responsible for growing and managing 125 new and existing automotive dealer management systems’ for both foreign and domestic accounts in the NY state/Northern NJ region. Had the second largest number of competitive accounts in my region (75%). Performance at 143% of quota.
• Relationship Building: Strength in building relationships and making people feel at ease. Had the second largest number of competitive accounts in region (75%).
• Strategic Planning: Establish a well thought out growth strategy for territory through the consultative approach to develop each auto dealership by understanding each organization’s strategic growth initiatives.
• Team building: Worked with other specialized individuals at ADP to present a value added proposition to customer, while at the same time being the point of contact for customers. Regularly work with other team members to uncover opportunities in a given territory.

Territory Sales Representative-College Division
Jostens Corporation, Minneapolis, Minnesota – 2000 to 2005
• Account Management: Managed new and existing business development and strategic planning to maximize growth. Established growth plans for individual accounts and personally managed account calls, presentations and negotiations. Had a 150-account territory with yearly revenue of $1,500,000. Successfully doubling the territory in four years.
• Supervising Responsibility: Trained, coordinated and guided account sales representatives within territory to ensure efficient and effective event coverage.
• Marketing & Advertising: Conceptualized, developed and implement marketing and advertising programs that helped to increase school affiliation and donations.
• Event Planning and Development: Planned, organized and executed in-school ring and graduation events.
• Special Promotional Events: Planned and organized the launch of official ring programs at Columbia University, Barnard College, and College of Saint Elizabeth which helped to increase school affiliation/retention and alumni participation.
• Budget Management: Prepared, administered and controlled budgets for marketing, promotions and advertising.

Sales Representative Safety & Security Division
3M Corporation, St, Paul, Minnesota – 1990-2000

• Account Management: Managed a two state million dollar territory, selling directly to library directors, purchasing agents and buying consortiums of public and institutional libraries throughout New York and New Jersey. Consistent incremental annual 15 percent growth of territory.
• Budget Management: Ensure compliance with annual territory budget.

 

SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH:

Interests:
Teaching
Leadership
Mentoring
Online learning and delivery
Process Consultation
Technology as teaching tool
Systems Thinking

Publications/Contributions:

Boje, D. M.; Durant, Ivy; Coppedge, Krisha; & Marcillo-Gomez, Marilu. 2010. Social Materiality:
A New Direction in Change Management and Action Research. Chapter in The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change, Edited by David Boje, Bernard Burnes, John Hassard *
ISBN: 978-0-415-55645-3. Accepted November 10, 2010. Publish Date: May 31st 2011.

D. Boje, J.A. Massoud & M. Marcillo-Gomez (2013) Changing Environmental Attitudes and Values via Storytelling: Storytelling at BP-awaiting publication

S. Shree Collins, & M Marcillo-Gomez (2012) Integrated Urban Water Management: A Mini-Case Study of Water Resources Management in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Medellin, Colombia-Accepted for publication.

Chapter for book by Monika Kostera-Storytelling and BP (To be published)
M. Marcillo-Gomez (2013) If I Could Have One More Day. The Special Issue of the Tamara Journal on Death and Dying March, 2013

M. Marcillo-Gomez (2014). Ethics of Answerability and Deniability at BP: An Intertextual Analysis of the Prudhoe Bay Disaster
RESEARCH/JOURNAL ARTICLES IN PROGRESS:
M. Marcillo-Gomez(2017). Longitudinal Study: Understanding Success Factors in Career Engagement of women in a Latin American Country.
M. Marcillo-Gomez (2014). The Financial Benefits of Treating Employees Well.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

Academy of Management (AOM)
International Society of Organizational Development (ISOD)
Sloan Consortium for Online Education
Standing Conference for Management and Organizational Inquiry

PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEE WORK:
Multicultural Workforce Management Committee
Center for Environmental Science and Technology Committee
Online Curriculum Development
Member Berkeley College’s GreenPath Committee

PROFESSIONALLY RELATED COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:

Reviewer for CR Navigator Science Journal a Polish &American online journal.
Reviewer for AOM Journal
Girl Scouts-Troop Leader
Actively Involved with Boy Scouts-fundraising
Consultant-Corporate Giving Fund Verona Fifth Downers Parents’ Association
DECA Judge- New Jersey State Career Development Conference
Member of Five-year Strategic Planning Committee Verona NJ
Publications: Boje, D. M.; Durant, Ivy; Coppedge, Krisha; & Marcillo-Gomez, Marilu. 2010. Social Materiality:
A New Direction in Change Management and Action Research. Chapter in The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change, Edited by David Boje, Bernard Burnes, John Hassard *
ISBN: 978-0-415-55645-3. Accepted November 10, 2010. Publish Date: May 31st 2011.

D. Boje, J.A. Massoud & M. Marcillo-Gomez (2013) Changing Environmental Attitudes and Values via Storytelling: Storytelling at BP-awaiting publication

S. Shree Collins, & M Marcillo-Gomez (2012) Integrated Urban Water Management: A Mini-Case Study of Water Resources Management in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Medellin, Colombia-Accepted for publication.

Chapter for book by Monika Kostera-Storytelling and BP (To be published)
M. Marcillo-Gomez (2013) If I Could Have One More Day. The Special Issue of the Tamara Journal on Death and Dying March, 2013

Research and Grants:

RESEARCH/JOURNAL ARTICLES IN PROGRESS:
M. Marcillo-Gomez(2017). Longitudinal Study: Understanding Success Factors in Career Engagement of women in a Latin American Country.
M. Marcillo-Gomez (2014). The Financial Benefits of Treating Employees Well.