Andrea L. Cisco has extensive experience consulting in the corporate, non-
While completing her graduate work in Education at Long Island University, Ms. Cisco decided to focus on adult education. As Assistant to the Dean of Continuing Education at Medgar Evers College, she coordinated a special consortium program with St. Francis College which helped adult learners re-
Next, she joined the New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry, a business lobbying and advocacy organization, as Personnel Director and liaison to the affiliated Private Industry Council (PIC). In that role, she administered the human resources function for Chamber as well as the PIC. She was also responsible for consulting with Chamber members on issues relevant to the business community. Her liaison role with the Private Industry Council included training and training design, and helped develop job prospects for the underserved.
Ms. Cisco moved on to Towers Perrin, a premier global consulting firm, where she joined the Workforce Change Practice as a Senior Consultant. She helped develop and refine the methodologies used in consulting projects as they grew to include not only diversity, but also work/life, sexual harassment and career development strategies. In that role, she designed and delivered training programs; conducted benchmarking studies and turnover analyses. She recruited and trained junior consultants as well as a large contingent of affiliated independent consultants. In addition, she was the Engagement Manager and Project Director for several large-
Currently, Ms. Cisco serves on the boards of the MAMA Foundation for the Arts and Harlem: Legacy 2000. Ms. Cisco was a Board member of The US Women’s Chamber of Commerce and chaired the NY Chapter’s Diversity Council. She has been also a guest producer on community radio, and served as advisor to a coalition of faith-