Greg Manko ’93

Greg Manko

Email: moc.l1518990398iamg@1518990398oknam1518990398g1518990398

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Current Occupation/Title: Integrated Offer Management & Planning, Readiness & Launch Initiatives

Employer: Computer Sciences Corp.

Year initiated: 1990

Year graduated: 1993

Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor’s in marketing and speech.

Graduate Degree: MBA in marketing and management.

Current City and State: New York City.

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Greg Manko is a senior principal within CSC’s Global Business Services (GBS) unit – specifically on the Integrated Offer Management & Planning team. GBS focuses on apps modernization, consulting and software for the industries of banking, health care and life sciences, insurance and manufacturing.

In this readiness and launch initiatives role, Greg ensures that the approximately 100 highest-priority GBS offerings that drive growth are “easy to buy and easy to sell.” He also develops new, combined solutions that clients want and need. Essentially, he functions as a chief “storyteller” for GBS, ensuring that compelling messages are delivered to the marketplace – including clients, colleagues and analysts.

Prior to CSC, Greg founded Manko Marketing Inc. in 2009. The firm provided business-to-business, go-to-market, sales enablement and marketing consulting for top-tier banks and related financial services organizations. Clients included the Association for Financial Professionals, Citi, Chase, HSBC, J.P. Morgan and Scotiabank.

Previously, Greg was vice president and head of marketing, Americas, for Deutsche Bank’s Global Transaction Banking division in New York. Previously, he was a aenior marketing communications manager in MetLife’s retirement and savings organization in New York. Greg also served as director of marketing for Signature Financial Planning in Pittsburgh.

He received his MBA in marketing and management from New York University’s Stern School of Business. His bachelor’s in marketing and speech communications is from Marietta College in Ohio.

Greg has served on the board of directors of the Anti-Violence Project in New York City and he currently contributes his marketing expertise to the group.