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Dr. Gloria Nemerowicz

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Board Treasurer, President

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
National College Access Network
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 632
Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20036
United States

Company Description: The National College Access Network (NCAN) and the Pathways to College Network (PCN) are collaborating to expand, manage, and promote the National College Access...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Board Treasurer, Founder and Executive Director
    National College Access Network
  • President
    Yes We Must Coalition
  • Founder and President
    Yes We Must Coalition
  • President
    Pine Manor College
  • Ninth President
    Pine Manor College
  • Founding Executive Director
    Women's Leadership Institute at Wells College
  • Founding Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
    Women's Leadership Institute at Wells College
  • Tenured Member of the Sociology Department
    School of Arts and Sciences at Monmouth University
  • Vice Provost
    School of Arts and Sciences at Monmouth University
  • Dean
    School of Arts and Sciences at Monmouth University
  • President
    Yes We Must
  • Founder and Executive Director
    Yes We Must

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • MA
    Pine Manor College
  • honorary doctoral degrees
    Pine Manor College
  • honorary doctoral degrees
    Marygrove College
  • honorary doctoral degrees
    Heritage University
83 Total References
Web References
Gloria Nemerowicz, Ph.D., ...
www.collegeaccess.org, 24 May 2014 [cached]
Gloria Nemerowicz, Ph.D., Board Treasurer President
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Gloria Nemerowicz is president of Yes We Must, a coalition of 33 U.S. nonprofit, independent colleges and universities with strong commitments to enrolling and graduating significant numbers of low-income and first-generation college students. Goals of the coalition include increasing degree attainment for low-income students, disseminating information about how colleges can effectively serve them, and developing valid measures for demonstrating their success.
From 1996 to 2011, Dr. Nemerowicz served as the ninth president of Pine Manor College, a four-year college for women. Under her leadership, Pine Manor adopted a framework of inclusive leadership and social responsibility to craft educational experiences and campus decision-making. This distinctive approach, coupled with a 34 percent reduction in tuition and extensive community partnerships, produced a 70 percent growth in the enrollment over ten years. In addition, Pine Manor significantly increased the diversity of its students and was recognized many times by U.S. News & World Report as one of the most diverse colleges in the country. For her leadership in accomplishing this diversity, Dr. Nemerowicz received the Arnold Z. Rosoff Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in 2005 from the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Ad Club. She was also inducted into the YWCA-Boston's Academy of Women Achievers, Class of 2005.
Dr. Nemerowicz came to Pine Manor College from Wells College, where she served as the founding executive director of the Women's Leadership Institute. Previously, Dr. Nemerowicz served as vice provost and dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Monmouth University, where she was also a tenured member of the sociology department. She received widespread recognition and grant awards for the philosophy and design of "Education for Leadership and Social Responsibility" - a comprehensive, college-wide educational plan of curriculum, co-curriculum, faculty development, and community programs to explore inclusive models of leadership.
An active scholar, writer, and speaker, Dr. Nemerowicz is the author of Children's Perceptions of Gender and Work Roles (1979) and co-author, with JoAnn Gora, of Professionalism in Unpaid Work (1989) and, with Eugene Rosi, of Education for Leadership and Social Responsibility (1997).
National College Access Network (NCAN)
www.collegeaccess.org, 29 Sept 2013 [cached]
Gloria Nemerowicz, Ph.D., Board Treasurer Founder & Executive Director
...
Gloria Nemerowicz is founder and executive director of Yes We Must, a coalition of 33 U.S. nonprofit, independent colleges and universities with strong commitments to enrolling and graduating significant numbers of low-income and first-generation college students. Goals of the coalition include increasing degree attainment for low-income students, disseminating information about how colleges can effectively serve them, and developing valid measures for demonstrating their success.
From 1996 to 2011, Dr. Nemerowicz served as the ninth president of Pine Manor College, a four-year college for women. Under her leadership, Pine Manor adopted a framework of inclusive leadership and social responsibility to craft educational experiences and campus decision-making. This distinctive approach, coupled with a 34 percent reduction in tuition and extensive community partnerships, produced a 70 percent growth in the enrollment over ten years. In addition, Pine Manor significantly increased the diversity of its students and was recognized many times by U.S. News & World Report as one of the most diverse colleges in the country. For her leadership in accomplishing this diversity, Dr. Nemerowicz received the Arnold Z. Rosoff Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in 2005 from the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Ad Club. She was also inducted into the YWCA-Boston's Academy of Women Achievers, Class of 2005.
Dr. Nemerowicz came to Pine Manor College from Wells College, where she served as the founding executive director of the Women's Leadership Institute. Previously, Dr. Nemerowicz served as vice provost and dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Monmouth University, where she was also a tenured member of the sociology department. She received widespread recognition and grant awards for the philosophy and design of "Education for Leadership and Social Responsibility" - a comprehensive, college-wide educational plan of curriculum, co-curriculum, faculty development, and community programs to explore inclusive models of leadership.
An active scholar, writer, and speaker, Dr. Nemerowicz is the author of Children's Perceptions of Gender and Work Roles (1979) and co-author, with JoAnn Gora, of Professionalism in Unpaid Work (1989) and, with Eugene Rosi, of Education for Leadership and Social Responsibility (1997).
Dr. Gloria Nemerowicz | ...
www.yeswemustcoalition.org, 23 April 2014 [cached]
Dr. Gloria Nemerowicz | President President Gloria Nemerowicz | Yes We Must Coalition: College Success for All
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President Gloria Nemerowicz
Gloria Nemerowicz is founder and president of the Yes We Must Coalition: College Success for All, a non-profit organization of small, private, non-profit colleges and universities across the country that primarily enroll students from low-income families. The Yes We Must Coalition seeks to raise public awareness, share resources, collect data and fundraise in order to improve graduation rates for underserved students.
Dr. Nemerowicz served for 15 years as president of Pine Manor College (MA). From 1993 to 1996, she was the founding Executive Director/CEO of the Women's Leadership Institute at Wells College (NY). From 1976 to 1993, Dr. Nemerowicz was a tenured member of the faculty, Dean of the School of Humanities & Social Sciences, and Vice Provost /Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences at Monmouth University (NJ).
Dr. Nemerowicz was the recipient of the Arnold Z. Rosoff Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement from the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Ad Club. She was also inducted into the YWCA-Boston's Academy of Women Achievers and was among the "Women of Excellence" recognized by Germaine Lawrence, Inc.
Nemerowicz is a current member of the Board of Directors of NCAN (National College Access Network), and the Advisory Boards of the I Have A Dream Foundation and College Unbound-Big Picture Schools. She was awarded honorary doctoral degrees by Marygrove College, MI (2012) Heritage University, WA (2011) and Pine Manor College (2011).
Dr. Nemerowicz is the author of Children's Perceptions of Gender and Work Roles (1979) and co-author, with JoAnn Gora, of Professionalism in Unpaid Work (1989) and, with Eugene Rosi, of Education for Leadership and Social Responsibility (1997).
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Dr. Nemerowicz can be contacted at glorianemerowicz@yeswemustcoalition.org.
Dr. Gloria ...
www.yeswemustcoalition.org, 23 April 2014 [cached]
Dr. Gloria Nemerowicz President
National College Access Network
www.collegeaccess.org, 6 Sept 2011 [cached]
Gloria Nemerowicz, Ph.D. Founder & Executive Director
...
Gloria Nemerowicz is founder and executive director of Yes We Must, a coalition of 33 U.S. nonprofit, independent colleges and universities with strong commitments to enrolling and graduating significant numbers of low-income and first-generation college students. Goals of the coalition include increasing degree attainment for low-income students, disseminating information about how colleges can effectively serve them, and developing valid measures for demonstrating their success.
From 1996 to 2011, Dr. Nemerowicz served as the ninth president of Pine Manor College, a four-year college for women. Under her leadership, Pine Manor adopted a framework of inclusive leadership and social responsibility to craft educational experiences and campus decision-making. This distinctive approach, coupled with a 34 percent reduction in tuition and extensive community partnerships, produced a 70 percent growth in the enrollment over ten years. In addition, Pine Manor significantly increased the diversity of its students and was recognized many times by U.S. News & World Report as one of the most diverse colleges in the country. For her leadership in accomplishing this diversity, Dr. Nemerowicz received the Arnold Z. Rosoff Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in 2005 from the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Ad Club. She was also inducted into the YWCA-Boston's Academy of Women Achievers, Class of 2005.
Dr. Nemerowicz came to Pine Manor College from Wells College, where she served as the founding executive director of the Women's Leadership Institute. Previously, Dr. Nemerowicz served as vice provost and dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Monmouth University, where she was also a tenured member of the sociology department. She received widespread recognition and grant awards for the philosophy and design of "Education for Leadership and Social Responsibility" - a comprehensive, college-wide educational plan of curriculum, co-curriculum, faculty development, and community programs to explore inclusive models of leadership.
An active scholar, writer, and speaker, Dr. Nemerowicz is the author of Children's Perceptions of Gender and Work Roles (1979) and co-author, with JoAnn Gora, of Professionalism in Unpaid Work (1989) and, with Eugene Rosi, of Education for Leadership and Social Responsibility (1997).
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