Department of Management Part Time Faculty
Our part-time faculty bring a wealth knowledge to the classroom with their years of professional experience and the ability to apply theory to current business practices.
Charles Creamer, Lecturer in Management, B.A., St. Peter’s College; M.A., Pace University; Ph.D., Capella University. Professor Creamer teaches courses in Human Resources Management, Labor Relations, Organizational Behavior and Business Ethics. He is also a consultant on labor issues for the State of New Jersey and sits on the Board of Directors of a mid-cap corporation in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Angelo Dinome, Lecturer in Management, B.S., Manhattan College; M.B.A., City University of NY, Baruch College. Professor Dinome teaches Interpersonal Skills in Business. During Professor Dinome’s professional career with Port Authority of NJ/NY, he worked as the Assistant Director in World Trade and Economic Development, Government and Community Affairs and Aviation. He is currently the CEO and Chairman of Foundation for the Handicapped.
Diana Krajewski, Lecturer in Management, A.A.S., SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology; B.S., Rutgers University; M.B.A., Fairleigh Dickinson University. Professor Krajewski teaches courses in Business Ethics, Organizational Behavior, Management, and Cross Cultural Management. Professor Krajewski has significant experience in program management and project development for major corporations and volunteer organizations in the domestic and international arenas. She has a solid background in human resource management, career counseling, business strategy and design, non-profit administration and volunteer development. Currently Professor Krajewski works for Luminara LLCa privately owned consulting firm focused on needs assessment and process improvement strategy for talent operations in major corporations and the non-profit sector.
Bill Moore, Lecturer in Management; B.A., Seton Hall University; M.B.A., Seton Hall University; Mr. Moore teaches courses in Interpersonal Skills in Business and Managing Self and Others. He is currently a consultant helping companies develop and implement strategic organization development initiatives. He also held various senior leadership positions for K. Hovnanian Enterprises and AT&T.
Jerry Reynolds, Lecturer in Management, BSBA, M.B.A., Iona College. Professor Reynolds teaches Management of the Sales Force. He has extensive experience as a senior operating and management executive for leading technology companies. Previously he was the Chief Executive Officer for Wireless Channels Inc., and VP of Sales, Operations and Business Development for Sprint Nextel Communications. He is currently the Principal for Manchester Consulting Services.
Mary Sakin, Lecturer in Management; B.S., Seton Hall University; M.B.A., Fairleigh Dickinson University; Ms. Sakin teaches courses in Interpersonal Skills in Business and Organizational Behavior. Professionally she has been a National Account Representative and Account Manager for Dun & Bradstreet.
John Sarno, Lecturer in Management, B.A., Ramapo College; M.A., Seton Hall University; J.D., Seton Hall University. Professor Sarno teaches courses in Business, Law, and Ethics. Professor Sarno’s early career was spent advocating for equal rights and access for people with disabilities. A law degree and judicial clerkship launched a practice in complex litigation in federal and state courts. He is currently President and General Counsel, of Employers Association of New Jersey where he advises employers on fair labor practices.