AMA Names New Executive VP of Global Operations

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<p><strong>New York &mdash; Dec. 27</strong><br />American Management Association (AMA), a global provider of professional development and performance-based learning solutions, has named Robert Gulick as executive vice president of global operations. In this newly created position, Gulick&rsquo;s primary focus will be on AMA&rsquo;s interests outside of the United States.<br /><br />Based in New York City, AMA also maintains operations and interests in Europe, Canada, Mexico, Japan and China. Other organizations of AMA&rsquo;s global network operate in Istanbul, Dubai, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Seoul.<br /><br />&ldquo;Bob&rsquo;s passion for education and his innovative approach to business will help AMA improve our global position as a management education leader,&rdquo; said Edward T. Reilly, AMA&rsquo;s president and CEO. &ldquo;I am confident that Bob&rsquo;s intellect, curiosity, drive and collegial approach will complement our strong team and partners throughout the world.&rdquo;<br /><br />Gulick joins AMA with more than 30 years of leadership experience. He has a proven track record of building and operating best-in-class service businesses in the professional education and publishing sectors around the globe. He has worked for organizations that include the National Association of Securities Dealers and Prentice-Hall, where he was president of the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF). While leading the NYIF, he was able to grow the regional Wall Street instructor-led business from $2 million to nearly $30 million globally by using a full range of blended media that included seminars, conferences, books and award-winning Web-based training.<br /><br />Gulick earned an MBA from George Mason University and two engineering graduate degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Gulick also had a prestigious military career with the U.S. Coast Guard where he earned the rank of Commander and an undergraduate degree from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. </p>

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