Carmine Gibaldi is an associate professor of management and organizational behavior at St. John's University. He has taught at the Extension School for more than 10 years. He maintains a management consulting practice in New York. His practice addresses change, leadership, team building, and understanding adult learners in the workplace, as well as executive coaching.
Gibaldi did his graduate work at Columbia University, earning degrees in organizational behavior, industrial and organizational psychology, and adult education. He also holds a postdoctoral certificate in management development from Harvard's Graduate School of Education.
Gibaldi's current research tackles the effects of fear on people at work, and considers issues for workers over 50, including the prospect of retirement. Gibaldi sits on numerous community and cultural diversity boards, and serves as educational policy advisor to Michael Bloomberg. In 2013, he received the Joanne Fussa Distinguished Teaching Award from the Harvard Extension School.
- EdD, Columbia University