Josh Tomsik is a Human Capital professional with experience both internationally and in the U.S. that includes Compensation, Workforce Analytics, HRIS, and Training and Development. Tomsik currently works at Citigroup, a leading global bank which does business in more than 100 countries. He serves as the Director of Compensation for Citi’s Consumer Bank and Citi Holdings Unit.
During his undergraduate studies, Tomsik did volunteer work in Bolivia and studied and worked in China. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree, he moved to Beijing, China to work as program director and develop curriculum for New Oriental (NYSE: EDU), China’s leader in test preparation education.
Following his time in Beijing, Tomsik returned to the U.S. to pursue an MBA and was hired at Citigroup into their HR leadership accelerator program. He has worked in both New York and Hong Kong focusing on design and implementation HR Scorecards and People Analytics. He also managed compensation in Citi’s Institutional Bank and troubled asset unit, Citi Holdings, and rose quickly through the ranks to where he now sits as Director of Citi’s Consumer Banking unit.
Tomsik is an adjunct faculty member who teaches Total Rewards and People Analytics. He is also invited to be a guest lecturer at various universities to speak about Finance, HR and Organizational Behavior.
Tomsik holds a Bachelor degree from the International Studies department from Brigham Young University. He also holds a Master of Business Administration with a dual major in Human Resources/Organizational Behavior and Finance from Brigham Young University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst® charterholder.