Tony Oliver, PMI-RMP, PMP
Senior Manager, Business Consulting
Tony S. Oliver has two decades of experience in business process improvement, supply chain/demand planning, pricing, marketing, product development, and project management with stints at VSP, Intel, Cisco Systems, AMS (now CGI), and as a project management consultant. He was recognized as the Intel 2015 Instructor of the Year for his courses on project management, storytelling, and presentation skills. He received the 2018/2019 University of California-Davis School of Continuing Education "Outstanding Service Award" for Best Instructor.
Tony holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Georgetown University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He holds many certifications including the Project Management Professional (PMP®) and the Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®) certifications from PMI.
He is fluent in Spanish and conversant in French, Catalonian, Italian, and Portuguese. He is a frequent contributor to the Sacramento Business Journal and Comstock’s Magazine and teaches the “Fundamentals of Project Management,” “Managing Project Risk and Integration,” and “Mastering Requirements Analysis and Solution Evaluation” courses at the University of California-Davis School of Continuing Education. Tony serves as the president of the Georgetown University Alumni Club of Sacramento, and is currently researching the evolution of baseball admissions tickets for a book for the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR).
Tony lives in Folsom, CA with his wife Kristine and their daughter Penny, and enjoys reading, writing, volunteering, and all things baseball. He traces his inquisitive mind to an early love for reading, a flame that has yet to extinguish.