Edward J. Tomey (MEd)Faculty Emeritus, Dept of Organization and Management
Department of Management
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Highest DegreeMEd, Harvard University
I first taught at Antioch University New England in 1976, chaired the Organization & Management Department (now the Management Department) from 1981-1988, and stayed on as a core faculty member until my retirement from the University in 1999. As a core faculty member I taught Assertive Management, Career Development and Group Dynamics & Leadership. I also continue to direct The Corporate Fund Project — a grant-funded project since 1987 — for the Antioch New England Institute.
I entered professional life in 1959 as a government public affairs officer and subsequently held senior management positions with nationally-known training and consulting corporations. For eight years prior to Antioch New England Graduate School, I taught graduate management courses at Harvard University. I began my private consulting practice in 1973, consulting to managers in business, government, and nonprofit organizations. I received my master’s degree from Harvard, where I concentrated in organizational behavior. It's my goal to remain active in teaching and consulting for as long as I am making dynamic contributions to the lives of Antioch students and to the success of organizations whose missions I admire.