BS with Honors, Biochemistry, University of Sydney MBA, Golden Gate University Doctoral Studies, Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin
At Haas since 2004 1999 - present, President, Geyer Management Associates 1998 - 1999, Director, Executive MBA Program, Golden Gate University 1985 - 1999, Associate Professor, School of Business, Golden Gate University
External Service and Assignments
2000 - present, Organized executive seminars for the financial communities in Latin America: Five-Day Executive Course in Finance & Accounting, Money Laundering Detection for Banks, Operational Auditing for Banks, Strategic Credit Management for Banks
1997 - present, Delivered executive seminars for the financial communities in Latin America: Cost Modeling & Analysis Using Excel, Activity-Based Budgeting & Planning, Activity-Based Costing & Management, Activity-Based Pricing & Profit Strategies, Cost Accounting & Management, Manufacturing Cost Management
1995 - present, Provided analytical and systems design services specializing in strategic cost modeling, activity-based costing, strategic business process design to small and mid-sized enterprises. Clients have included: The Entrada Group, Helvex, The Tides Center, Whole Earth Networks, Sola Optical
Current Research and Interests
Multi-driver cost modeling
Cost reduction strategies
Selected Papers and Publications
"Strategic Mapping of Technology-Based Delivery Modes in Higher Education," with Miro Costa. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Multimedia & Telecommunications Management, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong (1998).
"Technology Infrastructure: Funding Implications for Capability and Capacity in Multi-Campus Systems of Higher Education," with Joseph Stevenson, Sharon Meyer and Chris Lefferts. Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the International Council for Innovation in Higher Education, National University, Costa Mesa (1998).
"The Coming Revolution in Higher Education." Proceedings of the Production and Operations Management Society International Conference, Cape Town, South Africa (1998).