Profile: Douglas J. Coffey

Teaching Instructor


Doug Coffey joined the faculty of the School of Management and Labor Relations in January 2012.  He teaches several courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in Human Resource Management concentrating on finance and economics.

Mr. Coffey has over 20 years experience as a designer, facilitator and manager of accounting, finance, leadership, and communications programs. 

Prior to teaching at Rutgers, Mr. Coffey was a learning and development professional for 14 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where he developed, facilitated and customized managerial, leadership, accounting, and personal productivity skills programs for all levels with a focus on managerial and senior staff.  He also prepared budgets and reported on Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

Prior to joining the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Mr. Coffey managed a training and development team at Barclays Bank.  He has also been teaching accounting and finance as an adjunct faculty member with the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies for over 20 years.  

  • Courses Taught

    Introduction to Human Resource Management
    HRM & Finance

    Economics and Demographics of Labor Markets
    Financial Fundamentals for HR Professionals
    HR Decision Making: Financial Decisions
    Managing Workforce Flow

  • Education

    MBA Finance, St. John’s University
    BA Psychology, Queens College

  • Expertise

    - Accounting, finance, leadership, and communications programs

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  • School of Management and Labor Relations

    Rutgers University

    94 Rockafeller Road, Suite 216

    Piscataway, NJ 08854