Raymond Compari Named Associate Dean at Rutgers School of Business-Camden

Raymond Compari Named Associate Dean at Rutgers School of Business-Camden

For Immediate Release

CAMDEN Millville resident Raymond J. Compari has been named associate dean at the Rutgers School of BusinessCamden.

In this new position, Compari, 48, will direct the Rutgers Institute for Management and Executive Development (Rutgers IMED), which crafts and delivers highly specialized training programs designed to strengthen leadership capacities at organizations in New Jersey and around the world. Rutgers IMED applies the expertise of Rutgers faculty to deliver new knowledge to its clients in an efficient and effective manner.

Ray Compari has an impressive record of applying higher education resources to the needs of businesses large and small, says Mitchell P. Koza, dean of the Rutgers School of BusinessCamden. He is uniquely qualified to develop and deliver programs that focus Rutgers acknowledged excellence in business research upon the specific challenges facing organizations here across our nation and, indeed, the globe.

Prior to joining the Rutgers School of BusinessCamden, Compari served as assistant dean for continuing education at Gloucester County College, where his efforts significantly increased the utilization of GCCs Business and Industry Training Center in Woodbury, and served such clients as Exxon/Mobil, Valero, and Underwood Memorial Hospital.

Compari also previously served as executive director of the Management Institute at Rowan University; vice president of BodyBio Corporation in Millville; director of management development at the Rutgers-Camden Center for Management and Entrepreneurship; and director of the Business Assistance Center at Cumberland County College.

He has been active in numerous community and professional organizations, including past tenures as president of the Millville Kiwanis Club; vice president of the United Way of Greater Cumberland County; business campaign chair of the American Heart Association in Cumberland County; and a founding member of FOCUS, a workforce development consortium for New Jerseys colleges and universities.

Compari received his bachelors degree in marketing management from Dominican College in Orangeburg, NY, and his MBA from Monmouth University. He resides in Millville with his wife, Lynne, and their two children.


EDITOR/REPORTER: A jpeg headshot of Compari is available upon request.