Anthony K. Farina brings over 35 years of professional experience as a corporate executive and management consultant. During his career he held senior level generalist and compensation positions with Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and American Express. For a time he was based in Singapore covering the Pacific Rim for American Express.
He is a management professor at The Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY where he teaches courses on leadership development, multinational corporations, business strategy and human resources management.
Mr. Farina previously taught in the HR program at New York University and has lectured on human resources, compensation and corporate governance at Cornell, Yale and the Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina. For a time was an advisory board member of the School’s Master’s in HR program.
He co-authored with Cynthia Lenkiewicz, Esq., “The Impact of Recent Corporate Governance Changes in Executive Compensation” in Executive Compensation: the Professional’s Guide to Current Issues and Practices, ed. Michael L. Davis and Jerry T. Edge, Windsor, Ontario, Canada: Windsor Professional Information, 2004, 206-219.
Mr. Farina holds degrees from LaSalle and Long Island Universities.