Joel Baldomir, PhD
Faculty Director of Professional Studies
Since 2001, Joel Baldomir has been teaching courses in the fields of communication, leadership, and management. During this time, He has had opportunities to teach both online and in person while also volunteering his time and talents to work with government and not-for-profit organizations.
Recognizing that the acquisition of knowledge is a process that reaches far beyond the traditional classroom experiences, Dr. Baldomir has attempted to adopt a holistic approach toward education, where the student is viewed as a complete person with multiple experiences, multiple interests, and individual needs. He believes this student-centric approach allows for more meaningful learning opportunities by addressing specific learning styles and individual student interests. As a Professional Studies faculty member, Dr. Baldomir has had the opportunity to bring together his many research interests while addressing the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary education.
In addition to being a full-time faculty member in Marist’s School of Professional Programs, Dr. Baldomir also serves as faculty director of the Professional Studies program and Chair of the Assessment Committee. He is also a former playwright, news writer, radio personality, market research professional, and customer service consultant.
PhD, Organizational Leadership
MS, Corporate Communication
Research Interests / Areas of Focus
Baldomir, J., & Hood, J. P. (2016). Servant Leadership as a framework for organizational change. International Leadership Journal, 8(1)
Baldomir, J. (2015). The role of organizational experiences in the formation and acceptance of a leader identity. International Journal of Scientific Research Publications, 5(10)
Baldomir, J. (2009). Leading in the learning organization. Leadership Advance, 18
Cold War Flashbacks, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York, NY
World Missions in Review, (Touring Production) USA
Baldomir, J. (2017). The art of servant leadership: Italian renaissance artwork as a vehicle for contemporary leadership education. Presented at the Annual Roundtables of Contemporary Research and Practice, Virginia Beach, VA.
Baldomir, J. (2015). Uncovering the roots of your leadership. Presented at the 2015 Family Conference of the Northeaster District of the C&MA, Rome, NY.
Baldomir, J., & Hood, J. P. (2014). Developing a servant leadership identity. Presented at the Annual Roundtables of Contemporary Research and Practice, Virginia Beach, VA.
Baldomir, J. (2008). Servant leadership as a model for unifying first and second generation Chinese- American churches. Presented at the Annual Roundtables of Contemporary Research and Practice, Virginia Beach, VA.
Awards and Honors
Nyack Community Service Award
School of Adult and Distance Education Faculty Award, Nyack College