Colleen Ramos

Colleen Ramos

Expertise: Careers,
Title: Professor of Business, Keiser University
Education: Barry University, The College of Saint Rose, SUNY Albany
Location: Riverview, Florida


  • Member of The Balance's Financial Review Board.
  • Designs high-performing work teams that are highly engaged and exceed expectations.
  • Creates successful onboarding programs to increase retention and support organizational goals and objectives.
  • Develops training programs to increase productivity and address organizational needs by creating highly talented and informed employees.


As a former C-level administrator, executive strengths coach, and Predictive Index Talent Optimization consultant, Colleen has helped create startups and turned around declining campuses and programs through initiatives that have led to new revenue streams, increased profitability, and revitalized organizations in decline.

With more than 20 years of experience, Colleen has worked closely with start-up organizations and turned around businesses that need to move quickly to maintain their viability in a competitive market. Her knowledge of human-resources development and systems approach to change, as well as a keen understanding of organizational culture, has helped her bring success to failing institutions.


Colleen earned her BA in Sociology at the State University of Albany, her MEd in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in College Student Personnel, and her doctoral degree in Education and Leadership with a specialization in Human Resource Development from Barry University,

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