Graduates of the M.A. in Educational Leadership put their degrees to use as they assume leadership roles in schools throughout the state. As servant leaders in New Jersey schools, these graduates bring to life the knowledge and skill they developed at the College of Saint Elizabeth. These graduates comprise a pool of highly motivated professionals. Of the 23 candidates who began the program in the Fall 2011, 21 have graduated from the program, yielding a 91% completion rate.
Jessica Valentine will be completing her third year as vice-principal at James Caldwell High School. She received her Bachelor's degree and Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from the College of Saint Elizabeth. She was a member of the Parsippany Cohort.
Charles Ezell will be completing his second year as vice-principal at James Caldwell High School. He earned his Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from the College of Saint Elizabeth in May 2012. He was a member of the Orange Cohort.
"As the Coordinator of the M.A. program in Educational Leadership, I consider myself fortunate to have had the opportunity to observe and evaluate the performance of Jessica and Charles in the program. Many individuals may rise to the role of authority, but very few have the ability and respect to be a servant leader. Jessica and Charles have consistently demonstrated their dedication and commitment to the school community."
Joseph Ciccone, Ed.D.
Coordinator of Graduate Studies