Donald Lombardi

Teaching Professor

School: School of Business

Building: Babbio Center

Room: 420

Phone: (201) 216-5661

Fax: (201) 216-5385

Email: dlombar1@stevens.edu

Website

Research

Principal Investigator of eight healthcare workforce development grants totally over $4 million dollars from 2008-present.

General Information

Donald N. Lombardi, Ph.D., USMC(R) is a University Teaching Professor, the Executive Director of the Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership (SHEP), and the Academic Director of the Veterans Program at Stevens Institute of Technology. As the innovator and leader of SHEP, he has secured seven successive grants from The State of New Jersey resulting in over $3 million and launched the SATMax College Prep Program for Urban High Schools.

Dr. Lombardi has consulted to over 170 healthcare organizations in all 50 states and ten foreign countries, has developed seven accreditation programs for the American College of Healthcare Executives since 1986, and has written over forty articles and twelve books, including, “Handbook for the New Healthcare Manager” and most recently, "Manual of Healthcare Leadership and Management" (McGrawHill, 2014). He holds more than 50 U.S. copyrights on organizational planning, management, and development systems for text, on-site and on-line delivery.
Prior to joining Stevens in 2007, he was the regional human resources director for Cardinal Healthcare Corporation, and director of education and development for Bristol-Myers, where he was instrumental in designing and implementing organizational management systems for American, Caribbean and European operations. Dr. Lombardi was also the University Director of Planning and Development at Seton Hall University, where he was the chief architect of the Millennium Strategic Plan.

As the youngest officer commissioned in the United States Marine Corps during the 1970’s, Lombardi instituted numerous educational and management systems which were lauded by both military and civilian experts. He has acted as a healthcare advisor to several legislators and government administrators at both the state and federal level, and has implemented strategic plans, educational systems and organizational development programs for Barnabas Health System, SUNY Stony Brook Medical Center, over 40 Veteran Administration Medical Centers, The Visiting Nursing Association of New Jersey, the University of Maryland Medical System and the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

Dr. Lombardi was selected as The Alexander Crombie Humphreys Distinguished Professor at Stevens in 2014. and was recently selected as The Outstanding Teacher of The Year by The Stevens Alumni Association (2016) and The Outstanding Teacher of The Year by The Stevens Student Government Association (2017).

Experience

United States Marine Corps - Communication & Intelligence Officer

Cardinal Healthcare Corporation - Regional Human Resources Director

Bristol-Myers Squibb - Director of Training & Development

Institutional Service
  • ALPFA Chair
  • Department of Athletics Member
  • Graduate Program in Healthcare Leadership and Devlopment Chair
  • Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership Chair
  • Stevens Veterans Office Chair
  • Department of Athletics Faculty Advisor Member
  • Stevens Veterans Office Chair
  • Graduate Program in Healthcare Leadership & Development Chair
Consulting Service

Dr. Lombardi has consulted to over 170 healthcare organizations in all 50 states and ten foreign countries, and has developed over 100 accreditation programs for non-profit urban hospitals.

Appointments

Stevens Veterans & Military Office - Academic Director & University Military Liaison

Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership - Executive Director

Stevens SATMax & ACTion Program - Director

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Written over forty articles and twelve books, including, “Handbook for the New Healthcare Manager”, Healthcare Human Resources (John Wiley & Sons), and "Manual of Healthcare Leadership and Management" (McGrawHill). He holds more than 50 U.S. copyrights on organizational planning, management, and development systems for text, on-site and on-line delivery.

Honors and Awards

Dr. Lombardi was selected as The Alexander Crombie Humphreys Distinguished Professor at Stevens in 2014. and was recently selected as The Outstanding Teacher of The Year by The Stevens Alumni Association (2016) and The Outstanding Teacher of The Year by The Stevens Student Government Association (2017).

Grants, Contracts, and Funds

As the innovator and leader of SHEP, he has secured seven successive grants from The State of New Jersey resulting in over $3 million and launched the SATMax College Prep Program for Urban High Schools.

Courses

PIN185 - Communication, Psychology & Leadership
Mgt100 - Principles of Management
BT353 - Project Management
BT330 - Social Psychology and Organizational Behavior
Mgt609 - Project Management
Mgt612 - Leadership Development
Mgt616 - Healthcare Leadership and Management