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With nearly a decade of experience as a teacher at public and private schools in New York City, Allison Musacchio currently functions as the President of Teachers in Need Now (TINN) Professional Mentoring Services, Inc. At TINN Professional Mentoring Services, Ms. Musacchio has applied her entrepreneurial skills to design a support system for other young teachers starting out in the field. Applying her interest in business to a variety of opportunities, Allison Musacchio envisioned and launched TeachersInNeedNow.com, allowing teachers and prospective teachers to receive individualized mentoring services in order to achieve their career goals. Allison Musacchio began teaching at Adelphi Academy in Brooklyn. She then took her talents to the New York City Department of Education, where she taught at Public School 1 and James Madison High School. In these positions, Allison Musacchio demonstrated a high level of commitment to her students. She observed the students in her class so that she could better understand their emotional and academic needs. Allison Musacchio also worked closely with Student Support Services to recommend new programs and conduct interviews with parents. Allison Musacchio holds her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Syracuse University and a Master of Social Work from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University in New York City. Seeking to build on the knowledge she garnered through these studies, Allison Musacchio also completed three levels of curriculum at Momentum Education in New York City. Momentum Education focuses on providing challenging, dynamic workshops to empower individuals with lifelong leadership and personal skills, a greater sense of purpose, and a professional dedication to the tasks before them. Allison Musacchio finished Momentum Education’s Basic Workshop, then went on to its Advanced Workshop. In 2010, she completed the three-month Leadership Program curriculum.