Tom Hayashi is a scholar-practitioner with over 20 years of senior-level management experience in the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors, as well as teaching and research experience in a variety of business topics. His breadth of experience includes operations, finance, human resources, marketing, as well as communications and project management. Moreover, his scope of consulting engagements includes change management, coaching, diversity and inclusion, strategic planning, organization design, and training and development.
Tom currently serves as the Chief Capacity Building Officer for the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) in San Rafael, California where he provides executive leadership over the capacity building services and programming for public sector organizations in the areas of consulting, executive search, and learning and development. Internally, as a member of the c-suite, he is assigned to lead CVNL’s “People and Culture” policies and practices.
Tom holds a PhD and an MA in human and organization systems from Fielding Graduate University, an MS Ed in instructional technology from California State University, East Bay, and a BA in liberal studies from Thomas Edison State University. He has achieved certifications in executive coaching, knowledge management, mediation and conflict resolution, and fundraising and marketing.
Learn more about Professor Hayashi in his Faculty Spotlight.