Louise Margaret Ada (M.A. '84), a world-renowned physiotherapist Sybil Jordan Hampton (Ed.D. '91), an accomplished higher education administrator and civil rights activist Henrietta Kralovec (Ed.D. '87), a leader in diversity who has helped establish inclusive excellence at the University of Arizona Gabriela Simon-Cereijido (M.S. '01), a pioneer in the field of bilingual speech pathology.
The Early Career Awardees are:
Bradford Manning (M.A. '10), co-founder of Two Blind Brothers, a fashion company dedicated to funding research to cure blindness Thabo Msibi (M.Ed. '08), a leader on youth, sexuality, and gender issues and the youngest college Dean in South Africa.
Visit our awards page to learn more about each of these accomplished alumni, and help us congratulate them in person on April 7!
Leah Brown-Johnson (M.A. '99)
Leah Brown-Johnson (M.A. '99) was appointed as the Director of The Center for Innovation in Teaching to Enhance Learning at Bloomfield College in New Jersey. Read more>>
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Paul Fochtman, a graduate of the Klingenstein Center and Head of the Frankfurt International School, received the American Association for International School Education's Superintendent of the Year Award. He is pictured here with Klingenstein Director, Pearl Rock Kane. Read more>>
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Students at Concourse Village Elementary School, a Bronx school founded by Alexa Sorden (M.A. '01), are passing New York State reading and math tests at a rate that is roughly double the citywide average. Read more>>
Peter Steedman (M.A. '96)
Peter Steedman (M.A. '96) was appointed as the new Director of the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School in Massachusetts. Read more>>
Maurice Stinnett (Ed.D. ‘17)
Maurice Stinnett (Ed.D. ‘17), a graduate of the Urban Education Leaders Program, was appointed the Dean of Students at Central State University. Read more>>