Name: Sr. Jean Marie Humphries, osu, PhD ’89Position/Title: PrincipalEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (718) 364-5353 Ext.211AMSU Start Date: July 2014
Biography:As a graduate of the College of New Rochelle and Fordham University, Sr. Jean Marie has her PhD in Language, Literacy and Learning, a Masters of Science in Reading and Special Education, and is permanently certified in Elementary Education K-6 as well as Reading and Special Education K-12 . She has worked in various educational settings as an elementary school teacher, curriculum developer and master teacher in Bronx Catholic Schools (St. Philip Neri and St. Ignatius), a reading specialist and English Language Arts Chairperson at Flanders Elementary School in Malone, NY, an Instructional Supervisor at the Cooke Center for Learning and Development, a school providing special education services in Manhattan. Sr. Jean Marie has taught graduate courses in literacy and special education and supervised student teachers at Fordham University. Most recently, she was an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at Concordia College, N.Y. and involved as a literacy and special education consultant with Cooke Center for Learning and Development for the Archdiocese of New York Catholic Schools office (particularly St. Thomas Aquinas) to see how students with special needs and English Language Learners may be better served.
Sr. Jean Marie has a deep love for her alma mater, and a strong belief in the Mission of AMSU and its students. She has been a member of AMSU’s Board of Trustees and has recently worked with Claudia Toni-Smith ’92 to start our Young Alumnae Committee. Sr. Jean Marie looks forward to bringing her skills, dedication and energy to AMSU as it celebrates its 160th anniversary in 2015.
Name: Mrs. Carolyn DugganPosition/Title: Assistant Principal for Discipline.and Student AffairsEmail: email@example.comPhone: (718) 364-5353 Ext.212AMSU Start Date:I joined the AMSU community in 2002.
Biography:I began my teaching career as a science teacher and retired (after 35+ years) as Assistant Principal Organization and Security from a NYC inner-city high school in 2001. I happily served as Assistant Principal at St. Philip Neri for 1 year, but was pleased to accept the invitation to return to a high school setting – I really missed that word Regents! Born and bred in the city, I attended St. James School, Cathedral and Marymount College(B.S. biology). The NSF provided my graduate science courses and Fordham University conferred the M.S. Administration degree. AMSU is a spiritual and educational haven with capable and caring colleagues and students – a great place to be after the Major Deegan wars and daily battles with parking spaces. I thank God for a wonderful family, 3 grandchildren and good friends. Life is good.
Name: Jeanne DiBenedettoPosition/Title: Dean Of Student AffairsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (718) 364-5353 ext. 231AMSU Start Date: September, 1999
Biography:I began my career at The Academy of Mount St. Ursula as a Religious Studies teacher. I received my B.A. in Psychology from Lehman College and a Masters in Religious Studies from St. Joseph’s Seminary. I taught Religion 9 and 12 for over 10 years. In addition I have been the Youth Minister in charge of Masses and Retreats for all of my years here, as well as the director and producer of our annual International Nights and our Spring Musicals. At the present time, I am the Dean of Student Affairs and Events. I continue to chair our Arts Department and remain involved in the Retreats and Musicals. I was born and have lived all of my life in the Bronx, and enjoy playing guitar, directing and watching Musical Theater shows, and going to the Jersey Shore.
Name: Susan AcocellaPosition/Title: Administrative AssistantEmail: email@example.comPhone: (718) 364-5353 Ext.210AMSU Start Date:
I began working at the Academy of Mount St. Ursula in November, 2007. Born and raised in the Bronx. I love to work out, jog and ride my bike.