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received a Ph.D. in Teaching & Curriculum from Syracuse University’s Department of Teaching & Leadership in December of 2012. is a professor and school liaison who specializes in Educational Leadership and Inclusive Education.
is also a publicly engaged scholar whose primary research interests lie in developing the work being done in schools by going directly to students for their perspectives of teaching, leadership, and learning. received his master’s in Special Education at the City College of New York in Harlem, and has spent the last fifteen years working as an inclusive educator in New York City, Japan, China, and Portland (OR).

Other Specializations
Teacher Education, Special Education, Inclusive Urban Education, Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Other Research Interests
• Publicly Engaged Scholarship as a Catalyst for Change in Campus Practices
• Addressing Roadblocks to Persistence and Attainment for First Generation Students
• Arts Based Research and Engagement—Disrupting Conventional Currents of Academic Wisdom
• Using Urban Voices and Hip-Hop to Explore and Problematize Race and Urban Education
• Narrative Inquiry and the Emergence of Improvisational and Postmodern Epistemologies

Academic Background
Ph.D. in Teaching & Curriculum, Syracuse University (2012)
Master of Science in Special Education, The City College of New York (2004)
Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Oswego State University of New York (1999)

Conference Presentations
Talking Collective Action Using Student Voice' Problemizing Adultcentric Models of Educational Leadership
Comparative and International Education Society's Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
March 5-9, 2017

Future Leaders at the Fore Front: Understanding the Role of Gender and Socio-Economic Status on Young People's Perceptions of and Aspirations for Leadership, A Cross Cultural Study Between the UK & Japan (co-author)
International Symposium on Economic and Social Sciences
Kyoto, Japan
July 12-14, 2016

Rethinking Leadership Education: Student Teacher Partnerships and Dialogue, International Conference on Business and Information (co-author)
Nagoya, Japan
July 3-5, 2016

Dialogic Teaching & Learning: Using Student Voice to Extend Lessons Learned Outside the Classroom (featured speaker and panelist)
International Conference on Experimental Learning
Karachi, Pakistan
April 9-10, 2016

received a Ph.D. in Teaching & Curriculum from Syracuse University’s Department of Teaching & Leadership in December of 2012. is a professor and school liaison who specializes in Educational Leadership and Inclusive Education.
is also a publicly engaged scholar whose primary research interests lie in developing the work being done in schools by going directly to students for their perspectives of teaching, leadership, and learning. received his master’s in Special Education at the City College of New York in Harlem, and has spent the last fifteen years working as an inclusive educator in New York City, Japan, China, and Portland (OR).

Other Specializations
Teacher Education, Special Education, Inclusive Urban Education, Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Other Research Interests
• Publicly Engaged Scholarship as a Catalyst for Change in Campus Practices
• Addressing Roadblocks to Persistence and Attainment for First Generation Students
• Arts Based Research and Engagement—Disrupting Conventional Currents of Academic Wisdom
• Using Urban Voices and Hip-Hop to Explore and Problematize Race and Urban Education
• Narrative Inquiry and the Emergence of Improvisational and Postmodern Epistemologies

Academic Background
Ph.D. in Teaching & Curriculum, Syracuse University (2012)
Master of Science in Special Education, The City College of New York (2004)
Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Oswego State University of New York (1999)

Conference Presentations
Talking Collective Action Using Student Voice' Problemizing Adultcentric Models of Educational Leadership
Comparative and International Education Society's Annual Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia
March 5-9, 2017

Future Leaders at the Fore Front: Understanding the Role of Gender and Socio-Economic Status on Young People's Perceptions of and Aspirations for Leadership, A Cross Cultural Study Between the UK & Japan (co-author)
International Symposium on Economic and Social Sciences
Kyoto, Japan
July 12-14, 2016

Rethinking Leadership Education: Student Teacher Partnerships and Dialogue, International Conference on Business and Information (co-author)
Nagoya, Japan
July 3-5, 2016

Dialogic Teaching & Learning: Using Student Voice to Extend Lessons Learned Outside the Classroom (featured speaker and panelist)
International Conference on Experimental Learning
Karachi, Pakistan
April 9-10, 2016

Specialized Field

Educational Leadership, Educational Inquiry, Teacher Education, Special Education, Urban Education, Inclusive Education, Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Academic Background

Ph.D. (Syracuse University)

Research Papers

  • "The Rains and the Flood: How Leadership Can Stay the Course During Times of Change", Journal of School Administration Research and Development, forthcoming 20177
  • "A Comparative Study of Implicit Leadership Theories in Japan and The United Kingdom", Asia Pacific Journal of Management, in progress 2017
  • "Self-to-Leader Prototype Comparisons; The Moderating Role of Socioeconomic Status", Journal of Management Psychology, in progress 2017
  • "Managing the Ebb and Flow: A Case for Calling Forth Student Voice", Journal of School Administration Research and Development, 201708
  • "Rethinking Leadership Education: Narrative Inquiry and Leadership Stores", Reflective Practice: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Vol. 18 (2) 1-15, 2016
  • "Unlocking Students’ Perspectives of School Leadership: Toward a Theory of Engaging Students in School Leadership.", International Journal of Student Voice, 201611
  • "Unusual Conversations: A Reflection on the Mechanics of Internationally Engaged Public Scholarship", Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, Vol.9 No.1, 201609
  • "Rethinking Leadership Education: Student-Teacher Partnerships and Dialogue", Proceedings of the International Conference on Business and Information, 201607
  • "Addressing Key Tensions Between Research and Marginalized Students: The Use of Cogenerative Dialogue and Narrative Inquiry as a Means for Empowerment", LICE Conference Proceedings 2015 (Infonomics Society), 201511
  • "Perceptual Congruence of Student and Principal Perceptions of Leadership Practice", LICE Conference Proceedings 2015 (Infonomics Society), 201511
  • "A review of Linda Darling-Hammond's book The Flat World & Education: How America's Commitment to Equity Will Determine Our Future", NUCB Journal of Language, Culture and Communication, Vol.16 No.2, 201503
  • "Engaging Students in School Leadership: Creative Approaches to Empowerment", Journal of Exceptional People, 201405
  • "International Trends and Lessons in School Leadership: A Meta-Analysis of Research on Teaching Principals", NUCB Journal of Language Culture and Communication, Vol.15 No.2, 201404
  • "Unlocking Elementary Students' Perspectives of Leadership", International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 201403