Gabe Coleman

Gabe is project manager with 15 years of experience delivering complex, multi-discipline projects in Australia, Canada, Philippines and the US.  He comes to EPS from SU’s Office of Research where he served as the project manager for the $30million SU / JPMC University collaboration focusing on global enterprise technology development. He brings with him a depth of understanding of campus client needs and demands – particularly among academic faculty and institutional leadership. He also has a strong appreciation of stakeholder and management complexities involved in the development and implementation of projects on campus.

Prior to moving to the United States and joining Syracuse University, Gabe worked in Brisbane Australia for AECOM Technology Corp. (a U.S. fortune 500 corporation in the engineering sector). He was a senior project manager in the Project Delivery department where he was responsible for a portfolio of projects that included business consulting, nation-wide government programs/audits, community infrastructure/construction, and international environmental permitting projects (Philippines). His project assignments were often categorized as high or moderate risk with a diverse sets of internal and external stakeholders, remote project teams, subcontractors, and contract values exceeding a $0.5 million threshold.

Before arriving in Australia, he was based in Vancouver Canada with Chartwell Consultants Ltd. as the project manager responsible for delivering a Canadian government forestry development program that spanned multiple years with positive outcomes that included increased project delivery efficiency, Indigenous community capacity building, and repeat customer business.   

Gabe has a Certificate in Project Management from the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and has Bachelor of Science degree in natural resource management from UBC. He is working to complete his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Whitman School of Management in 2015.

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