Dr. Kathleen (Kate) Immordino is a part-time lecturer in management, leadership and human resources at the Rutgers University-Camden School of Business, and an advisor/instructor in the Executive Education Human Resources Certificate Program. She is a project consultant for the Rutgers Leadership Academy in the Center for Organizational Leadership. She also works with the Center for Executive Leadership in Government as a part-time lecturer in the Executive Masters in Public Administration program and the Mini-Masters in Public Administration.
Dr. Immordino joined Rutgers in 2007 as Director of Organizational Research and Assessment for the University Center for Organizational Development and Leadership and subsequently served as Executive Director of Talent Management for the university. Prior to that she was a career public sector professional with over 28 years of experience in state government. Dr. Immordino served as the Assistant Commissioner for Administration in the New Jersey Department of Transportation, Assistant Commissioner for Planning and Research in the New Jersey Department of Personnel, and Executive Director for Planning and Development in the New Jersey Department of Labor following a number of positions in human resources and planning. She headed the Human Resources Development Institute, the training arm of state government, and is a Certified Public Manager. She is a past president of the New Jersey chapter of the American Society for Public Administration.
Dr. Immordino is the author of two books on organizational assessment in the public sector and provides consulting services in the areas of leadership, professional development, strategic planning and organizational development. She holds a B.A. with majors in History and Theatre and Dramatic Literature from Dickinson College, a Masters in Administration from Rider University, and a Ph.D. in organizational communication from Rutgers.