Berkeley College has named Randy Gómez as Director, Corporate and Community Relations, for its Corporate Learning Partnership program in New York.
In this role, Gómez cultivates relationships with businesses, local governments, and nonprofits, facilitating higher education and training initiatives for their workforce. Gómez also serves as President of Prospanica’s New Jersey Chapter, a professional organization that empowers Hispanic professionals to achieve their educational, economic, and social potential.
Gómez is a native of Brooklyn, and currently resides in Baldwin, NY. She joined Berkeley College in 2005, rising to the position of Senior Director, Admissions, where she played a pivotal role in the launch of new Berkeley College campuses. Prior to joining Berkeley College in her current role, Gómez worked closely with the New York Department of Education in expanding career exploration programs and led the international expansion at Sparx Labs, a global technology lab that specializes in emerging technology including blockchain and artificial intelligence.
The Berkeley College Corporate Learning Partnership program offers discounted tuition and customized training to employees seeking skills to advance their careers. More than 150 companies are currently enrolled in the program.
“I am excited about the opportunity to expand our New York partnerships at Berkeley College,” Gómez said in a press release.
“This role truly exemplifies Berkeley’s commitment to community service by implementing initiatives that enhance education accessibility. I look forward to supporting our partners through effective succession planning strategies, fostering lasting partnerships for mutual growth and success.”
At the New York City campus, Gómez is instrumental in developing dynamic guest speaker programs that enrich the educational experience for students, fostering an environment of innovation and professional growth.
“I am thrilled to welcome Randy Gómez back to Berkeley College, where she will play a key role in developing the Corporate Learning Partnership program for New York City,” Linda Mauro, Campus Operating Officer, Berkeley College in New York City, said in a press release. “Randy excels at building relationships and consistently seeks innovative approaches to connect with businesses and community organizations. As a Berkeley College graduate, she has a fantastic opportunity to share the value of Berkeley’s business programs.”
Gómez holds a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Mercy University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Administration — Marketing from Berkeley College.