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
Siska 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 x4072
Babi 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.
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
Finance and Administration Manager
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.Toni Palmieri
Writing Center Coordinator
Director of Admissions
School Aide/Attendance Manager
Nancy 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.