Campus Address: Classroom Building B218
Mr. Miguel Reyes-Mariano teaches PAD 501 Comparative Public Administration (public administration and international public management tracks).
Mr. Reyes-Mariano has been involved in Business Management and Public Administration since 1982 when he was an administrator for the Central Bank of Dominican Republic. Over the past thirty-three years, he has gained international management experience in the private and public sectors, in companies ranging from hundreds to thousands of employees in Mexico, Spain, Italy, Iraq, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and USA. He has worked as a Senior Program Support, Employment Counselor, Career Counselor, Chief of Training and Development, HR Assistant Director, Marketing Director, Comptroller, and Business and Management Instructor and Professor in the Dominican Republic, Mexico and USA.
As an Assistant and Acting Comptroller for the 360th Civil Affairs Brigade in Baghdad, Iraq, he was instrumental in the rehabilitation of the region. During his time as Senior Social Services Program Specialist at Erie County Department of Social Services, he headed a Six-Sigma Project to identify issues of non-compliance with rules and regulations established to recipients of Daycare benefits. Erie County detected in a pilot study in November 2011 frauds against the Day-Care Unit for over $40,000.00. By the end of the fraud detection program implementation, the project helped to identify large number cases of defrauding Erie County for nearly $2,000,000.00.
In addition to native fluency in English and Spanish, Mr. Reyes-Mariano speaks French, Italian, and Portuguese.
SUNY Buffalo State
Master of Public Administration in Public and Nonprofit Management - January 2015
SUNY Empire State College
Bachelor of Science in Business, Management and Economics - April 2010
University at Buffalo - SUNY / Buffalo, NY
Master of Arts in Spanish (PhD candidate - ABD): Literature and Linguistic - June 2005
National Autonomous University of Mexico / Mexico D.F. - Mexico
Master of Science in Administration: Finance and Marketing - October 1989
UASD-Dominican World University / Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bachelor of Arts in Education (Magna Cum-Laude) - January 1983
University at Buffalo - SUNY
Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt - December 2009
State University of New York at Buffalo State
Common Core Training for Caseworker - March 2007
Dominican Industrial-Psychology University / Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Graduate Certificate in HR Administration - April 1986
Reyes-Mariano, M. A. (2015) Stress in the US Naval Reserve: Stress' Impact of Supervisory Styles in U.S. Navy Reservists in Central New York During the Military Fiscal Year 2013-2014. Buffalo, NY. (ISBN-13: 978-0692455517 & ISBN-10: 0692455515)
Reyes-Mariano, M. Erie County Department of Social Services / Buffalo, NY
"ECDSS Daycare Over-grants” (Case Study) - November 16, 2009
Reyes-Mariano, M. 2003/04. "Feminism & Identity in Latin America" Hispanic Culture Review Magazine
Reyes-Mariano, M. 1991. “The Best 50 Companies in the Mexican Stock Market," The Mexican Investor Adviser Magazine. January 30.
Reyes-Mariano, M. 1990. "Cancellations vs Investments in Human's Capital" Hoy (Newspaper / Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic). February.
Reyes-Mariano, M. 1990. “Strategic Planning” Hoy (Newspaper / Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic). December.
Reyes-Mariano, M. 1984. "Training: What for?" Bancentral Bulletin / Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. January 1.
Lectures and Presentations
American Society for Public Administration / Buffalo, NY
"Diversity as Adaptive Need in Public Administration” (Article) - April 30, 2013
University of Toronto / Toronto, Canada
“Latinos’ Identity in America” (Lecture) - 24th Levy-Wasteney’s Annual Graduate Symposium - March 27, 2004
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey / Newark, New Jersey
“Caribbean identity: Culture and Landscape” (Lecture) - La Jornada Literaria, XI Conference of Graduate Students - October 25, 2003
Training and Entrepreneur Development Agency / Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
“Strategic Planning" Seminar & Workshop (Clinic) - February 16-17, 1990
Panelist at the First National Study of Projects' Evaluation in Public Administration at the National Autonomous University of MExico (September 1989). First National Seminar about the specifics and technicalities applicable to the Evaluation of Cases in Public Administration and how to use effectively these Project's Evaluations techniques in the Public Sector.
SUNY at Buffalo State - Public Administration - Department of Political Science - Lecturer (2015-Present)
Genesee Community College - SUNY, Department of Humanities - Adjunct Faculty (2010-Present)
University at Buffalo - SUNY, Department of Romances Languages - Adjunct Instructor (2002-2006)
IBEROAMERICAN University (Dominican Republic) Department of Business Administration - Adjunct Professor (1989-1991)
New York Conspicuous Service for Humanitarian Services from New York State Naval Militia
This award was given due to instrumental actions in helping with the removal of 30,000 tons of snow and the placement of 5,200 sandbags as flood prevention after the Snow Storm of November 2014 in the City of Buffalo, N.Y.
SID’s recipient of the Outstanding Staff Recognition Award - July 14, 2014
Special Investigations Division at Erie County Department of Social Services / Buffalo, NY
Given that passion alone isn't enough to obtain entrepreneurial success. Through this program we (mentors) provide the necessary balance of knowledge, guidance and encouragement to bring business possibilities to life.
Volunteer instructor at ATTICA Correctional Facility (2011-2014)
The Division of Ministerial, Family and Volunteer Services at NYS Department of Corrections & Community Supervision
Volunteered as Income Tax Assistance (VITA) - Volunteered to provide FREE Income Tax Preparation Assistance to low-Income, elderly, disabled and limited English speaking people
NECA, ASPA, LION500, MLA, TESOL International
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