Adrian AgredoBard Early College Academy (BECA) Coordinator
M.A.T., Bennington College; B.A. Bennington College. Teacher, Bard Early College Academy, Middle School Humanities, 2008-present; Teacher/Student Teacher, Burr and Burton Academy, Manchester, Vt; Student Teacher, The Beacon School, New York, NY. Specializes in curricular development, mediation, and inter-disciplinary design. Interests include poetry, painting, and running.
Phone: 212-995-8479 x2044Anna Azeglio
Phone: 212-995-8479 x5261
Health AideSiska BrutsaertDean of Studies, BHSEC Manhattan
B.A., Cornell University; M.S., Kyoto University; Ph.D., Columbia University-Integrated Program in Cellular Molecular Biophysics; Post-doctoral Fellow, Pasteur Institute in Paris, France. Research interests include molecular immunology, signal transduction mechanisms, and epigenetic control of gene regulation.
Phone: 212-995-8479 x4072Babi ChatterjeeScience Lab Technician, BHSEC Manhattan
B.S., Northeastern Illinois University, Biology; M.S., New York University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Applied DNA recombinant technology. Numerous teaching assistant positions at New York University.
Data Management Analyst
Associate Dean of Studies, BHSEC Manhattan
A.B., Princeton University; Ph.D., Yale University. Has taught at St. Mark's School, the Taft School, Yale University and BHSEC Queens. Publications include The Invention of the Sequel: Expanding Prose Fiction in Early Modern Spain (2011). Teaching and research interests include literature and culture of 16th- and 17th-century Spain, flash fiction, and concepts of authorship and authorial property.
Email: email@example.comMichael LernerPrincipal, BHSEC Manhattan
B.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., New York University. Has taught at Barnard College, NYU; New School University; and Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. Awards include Best Dissertation in Urban History, Urban History Association. Publications include Dry Manhattan: Prohibition in New York City
(2007). Teaching and research interests include 20th-century United States society and politics, American reform movements, popular culture, and U.S.-Pacific relations.
Phone: 212-995-8479 x2282
Human Resources Manager 212-995-8479 xt 4074; 718-361-3133 xt 6372
Admissions Outreach Coordinator, BHSEC Manhattan & Queens
B.A., Business Administration with concentration in Management and Leadership Studies minor, Morehouse College. Served as an Assistant Vice-President with Capital One Bank as a Senior Branch Manager for a Tier III Branch and as a Vice-President – Branch Manager for Citibank. Proudly holds affiliations with the Jackie Robinson Foundation as an Alumnus, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership as an Ambassador, Texas Boys State as a former Citizen, and Morehouse College Leadership Center as an Ethical Leader. A highly self-motivated World Class Professional with a strong ability to effectively lead, inspire, and develop diverse teams and individuals.
Writing Center Coordinator
Director of Admissions
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgNancy Zdazenski Purchasing and Payroll Secretary
17 years experience at American Express as a Process Manager responsible for Amex's computers inventory. 7 years at IBM managing Account computer inventory at American Express.