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Contact Information

Academic School

School of Professional Programs

Office

LT 107

Email

Phone

845-575-3202

Corey Fenstemacher

Lecturer of Management

Bio

Dr. Fenstemacher has taught graduate students in Organizational Leadership and Industrial and Organizational Psychology Master’s programs since 2009. While completing her doctorate in Organizational Psychology at Rutgers University, she worked for Rutgers Center for Organizational Leadership and taught first year undergraduates students. Dr. Fenstemacher has also served as faculty for Executive Development Programs at Wharton’s Aresty Institute and supports Group Dynamic courses for The School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania and for Teachers College at Columbia University.

As a consultant, Corey Fenstemacher has worked as a Leadership and Talent Consultant for Hay Group, now Korn Ferry. She currently maintains her own consulting practice. Corey has also held positions in Human Resources for Time Inc. / Time Warner and began her career in post-production in advertising.

As an educator and consultant, Dr. Fenstemacher believes in being open to continuous learning and building self-awareness.

In addition to teaching and leadership consulting, Corey is a founding Board member of Freedom Animal Alliance and volunteers for Best Friends Animal Society and WCS in the education department at the Prospect Park Zoo. Originally from Utica, NY, Corey Fenstemacher received her BA from Colgate University and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and two cats.


Education

Psy.D., Organizational Psychology, Rutgers University
B.A., English, Colgate University
Industrial Revolution Studies, Manchester University (Manchester, England)

Research Interests / Areas of Focus

  • Organizational diagnosis
  • Group dynamics / Social Systems
  • Executive coaching
  • CEO and executive succession planning
  • Board evaluation and effectiveness
  • Leadership development and training
  • Talent management and development
  • Team building
  • Competency modeling
  • Selection assessment
  • Assessment centers
  • Employee engagement surveys