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Colleen Canorro Corsi

Executive Director

New York State Association for Health , Physical Education , Recreation and Dance

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New York State Association for Health , Physical Education , Recreation and Dance

77 North Ann Street

Little Falls, New York,13365

United States

Company Description

NYS AHPERD is a professional organization of teachers and coaches that promotes health, physical education, recreation, and dance in the kindergarten through higher education settings in communities throughout New York State. Zwierlein received the award at ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate In Physical Education and Interscholastic Athletics

State Education Department


President of the NYS Council

Educational Associations


Affiliations

US Army

Treasurer


The Rotary Club

Treasurer


Education

Bachelor of Science Degree

State University of New York at Brockport


Master of Science

Education

Central Missouri State University


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The Rotary Club of Little Falls, New York

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Colleen Corsi
Treasurer Colleen Canorro Corsi holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the State University of New York at Brockport, a Master of Science in Education from Central Missouri State University, and her Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Administration from the University at Albany. Colleen began her career as a physical education teacher and a coach in the Little Falls, New York school district. She joined the State Education Department in July of 1990. During her eight-year tenure at the State Education Department she served as an Associate in Physical Education and Interscholastic Athletics. For the past thirteen years she has served as the Executive Director of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. During her tenure with the Association she served as Chair of the Eastern District and the National Society of Association Managers, as President of the NYS Council of Educational Associations and as President of the Little Falls Rotary Club representing NYS AHPERD. Colleen was invited to give the 12th Annual Gerry D'Agostino Memorial Lecture at the College at Brockport in 2001, the Eastern District Association Memorial Lecture 2010 and a presentation at the 1st Annual Puerto Rico AAHPERD.


The Rotary Club of Little Falls #4843

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Colleen Corsi
Treasurer Colleen Canorro Corsi holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the State University of New York at Brockport, a Master of Science in Education from Central Missouri State University, and her Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Administration from the University at Albany. Colleen began her career as a physical education teacher and coach in the Little Falls, New York school district. She joined the State Education Department in July of 1990. During her eight-year tenure at the State Education Department she served as an Associate in Physical Education and Interscholastic Athletics. For the past thirteen years she has served as the Executive Director of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. During her tenure with the Association she served as Chair of the Eastern District and the National Society of Association Managers, President of the NYS Council of Educational Associations and as President of the Little Falls Rotary Club representing NYS AHPERD. Colleen was invited to give the 12th Annual Gerry D' Agostino Memorial Lecture at the College at Brockport in 2001, the Eastern District Association Memorial Lecture 2010 and a presentation at the 1st Annual Puerto Rico AAHPERD Convention.


Herkimer County HealthNet

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Colleen Corsi Executive Director


References | John Perricone

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Colleen Corsi, Executive Director of NYSAHPERD,
ccorsi@nysahperd.org (315) 823-1015 Colleen Corsi, Executive Director of NYSAHPERD, ccorsi@nysahperd.org (315) 823-1015 Colleen Corsi, Executive Director of NYSAHPERD, ccorsi@nysahperd.org (315) 823-1015


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Physical education programs are important as one of the first introductions students have to physical activity, said Colleen Corsi, executive director of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
Physical education classes don't just help fight obesity. "Evidence confirms that physically active students achieve at higher levels academically, are more focused, have fewer behavior issues and are more self assured," Corsi said. Physical education programs are important as one of the first introductions students have to physical activity, said Colleen Corsi, executive director of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Physical education classes don't just help fight obesity. "Evidence confirms that physically active students achieve at higher levels academically, are more focused, have fewer behavior issues and are more self assured," Corsi said.


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