Faculty: George Romanko

George Romanko, MA

Title(s):
Adjunct Professor
School(s):
Business
415-442-6500
Campus(es):
San Francisco, Online

George Romanko has 25 years’ experience in human resources, learning and development, change management, organizational development, talent management, leadership development, and executive coaching. He has served as the Director of People and Organizational Capability for Microsoft where he was responsible for creating the strategic vision for talent management and employee development for the Microsoft Business Solutions and the Servers and Tools divisions. Currently he leads worldwide Learning and Development initiates at hp for the Finance organization. Prior to hp and Microsoft he served as Senior Human Resources Manager, for Amgen, Inc. In that role he supported the Commercialization function by providing cross-functional human resources support to Amgen’s Product Strategy Teams. Additionally, at Amgen he was the Senior Manager Training & Deployment for the Ongoing Change Program. He provided change management facilitation and consultation on organizational change projects.

George brings an unique perspective to his work with his breadth of experience in a wide range of industries. He has held positions with Levi Strauss and Company, DHL Worldwide Express, Macy’s and has consulted with various companies such as Birkenstock Footwear, Blue Shield of California, Peet’s Coffee and Tea, Barclay’s Global Investors, Sony Electronics and Advent software. He has also consulted with the non-profit sector, most recently with the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. George has a MA, in Organizational Development and Leadership with an International Studies Emphasis from the University of San Francisco. He lives in San Francisco.


COURSES TAUGHT

MGT 324
Organizational Behavior and Process
PSYCH 341
Organizational Behavior and Process

education

  • MA, Organizational Development and Leadership, University of San Francisco

 

PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • 2015 - Present: Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University