Richard Namerow has served as an adjunct professor at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy for the past 12 years. He has established a national reputation as a visionary and leader in health care. As a senior health care executive, he has extensive management consulting experience, having worked with large health care organizations. This experience includes strategic planning, business and clinical transformation, leadership development, and information management and technology.
Professor Namerow currently works for the Computer Sciences Corporation as a practice partner for their Global Health Solutions business unit. Previously, he worked with Ernst and Young, a management services company, for several years. Before serving as vice-president of the company, Professor Namerow was a senior consultant.
His civic leadership is manifested in his work with the American Cancer Society, as he serves on their Board of Directors, and is a member of their Area Leadership Council.
Professor Namerow earned a bachelor of science, and master of business administration from Cornell University.