Professor, and School Administrator Nancy Casella
About Nancy Casella
Holding a bachelor of arts in elementary education from CUNY’s Queen’s College and a master of science in special education from CUNY’s Hunter College, Nancy Casella has over 30 years of experience in the field of education. First starting her career as a special education instructor at JHS 141 in 1982, she went on to become an administrator and professor. Nancy Casella is certified as both a New York State School Administrator/Supervisor and School District Administrator and has presented several papers, including “Development of a Short Form of the Organizational Climate Index (OCI)” and “The Negative Acts Questionnaire (NAQ) Predicts Perceptions of Principal Bullying.”
Accepting her first administration job in 1986, Nancy Casella has held a wide range of administration positions, including education evaluator, assistant principal, chairperson, and regional administrator for special education. She returned to school several times to expand her knowledge and received a professional diploma in administration and supervision from Hunter College in 1988, a master of arts in forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and a doctor of education in educational administration from St. John’s University. After receiving her Ed. D., Nancy Casella began working as an associate adjunct professor for both Bronx Community College and St. John’s University. Still holding her position at St. John’s, in 2013 she accepted a simultaneous position at Hunter College as an associate adjunct professor.