Angelo R. Senese, Ed.D.
Dr. Senese has over 35 years of experience as a teacher, coach, and school administrator in urban, rural, and suburban settings.
After graduating from the New York City Public School System, he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in English from Central Connecticut State University.
He received his Master's Degree in Administration and Supervision from Kean University in New Jersey, and his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University in Florida.
He worked in the public school systems in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Dr. Senese was an assistant principal in NJ, principal and assistant superintendent in the Pleasant Valley School District, and former superintendent of the Northampton Area School District in Pennsylvania.
He has an extensive background in regular and alternative education and worked with students who required social and emotional support.
training in special education, he
worked with all levels of students, including special needs students, gifted and talented students, and students who exhibited at- risk behaviors.
publications can be viewed on this site.
has led teams in the planning and construction of multiple school buildings and facilities.
teams have developed and implemented inclusionary practices, standards-based curriculum, multiple program designs, and a systems wide professional development academy addressing the needs of faculty and support staff.
instituted an alternative education plan in support of students who required additional services to help them succeed and graduate from high school.
As a mentor, his
colleagues have attained teaching positions, and succeeded in administrative levels from assistant principal, principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent.
work with parents and community groups have led to improved communication with schools, partners in education, and support groups advocating for children.
has conducted accreditation reviews for the Middle State Association
and served for six years on the Accreditation for Growth Advisory Council
community involvement includes telethon work for the Big Brothers
and Big Sisters organization
in Northeast PA, co-chairman for the United Way, a member of the Board of Directors for the Eastern Monroe County Library system, a member of the West End Unity Coalition
and Diversity Task Force, committee work for Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE), and a member of the Board of Directors for Leadership Pocono
, a subsidiary of the Pocono Chamber of Commerce.
Currently, he is a professor of education at East Stroudsburg University.
teaches graduate students in the areas of supervision and leadership, program development and evaluation, strategic planning, personnel development, teacher training, curriculum design, and system's analysis.
He serves on doctoral student's dissertation committees.
As a local, state and national presenter and speaker, he
has organized major presentations for diversity and at-risk students, gang awareness, excellence in education, and leadership.
consults for public and private schools, service organizations and businesses in leadership development, strategic planning, service provider analysis, program implementation, and professional development.
has expertise in establishing partnerships with schools and the community.