PCOM Administration

Executive Leadership

 

feldstein   veit   doulis

Jay S. Feldstein, DO*

 

Kenneth J. Veit, DO, MBA*

 

Peter Doulis, CPA*

Jay Feldstein, DO ’81, is the eighth President and Chief Executive Officer of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM).

 

In his role as Dean, Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Veit oversees all academic functions of the College.

 

Peter Doulis serves as Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer for PCOM. He is responsible for overall financial planning and policies.

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cuzzolino   David Simon   ginn

Robert G. Cuzzolino, EdD*

 

David F. Simon, JD*

 

R. Bryan Ginn, Jr.*

Robert G. Cuzzolino serves as Vice President for Graduate Programs and Planning and provides leadership for the institution’s graduate programs.

 

Chief Legal Affairs Officer David F. Simon, JD, oversees all legal matters for the College and serves as primary legal advisor.

 

Chief Campus Officer Bryan Ginn Jr. helps determine the operational priorities for PCOM's Georgia campus.

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collins   Dr Craver   Dr. Okamoto

Carrie Collins, JD*

 

H. William Craver III, DO

 

Mark Okamoto, PharmD

Chief Advancement Officer Carrie Collins provides leadership for the College's alumni engagement activities, fundraising and stewardship of donor funds.

 

Dr. Craver serves as dean and chief academic officer of the Osteopathic Medical Program at Georgia Campus - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM).

 

Dr. Okamoto is the dean and chief academic officer of the School of Pharmacy at GA-PCOM.

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* Denotes cabinet member. The PCOM cabinet consists of the president and chief executive officer; senior vice president of academic affairs, provost and dean; vice president for graduate programs and planning; vice president for finance and chief financial officer; chief diversity officer, chief campus officer (Georgia campus); chief advancement officer; and chief legal affairs officer.