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Nancy Casella has been a university professor at several colleges for the past eight years. Currently, Nancy Casella holds associate adjunct professor positions at the City University of New York’s Hunter College and St. John’s University. At Hunter College, she teaches graduate courses in special education, and at St. John’s University, she lectures on educational administration and leadership.

In addition to her work as a college professor, Nancy Casella also has extensive experience as a school administrator. From 1986 to 2012, she served as an education evaluator, administrator, assistant principal, and principal for schools and districts throughout New York state. Her most recent administrative position was as assistant principal for Cambria Heights Academy. 

Ms. Casella is a certified New York state school administrator and school district administrator, and she holds advanced degrees in multiple fields. She earned her master of science in special education from Hunter College, her master of arts in forensic psychology from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and her doctor of education in educational administration from St. John’s University.

Work experience


Full Adjunct Professor and Consultant

St. John's University
Jan 2013Present

Associate Adjunct Professor

Hunter College



Queens College

Elementary Education

MA in Forensic Psychology; MA in Special Education

Hunter College


John Jay College Of Criminal Justice

Forensic Psychology



St. John’s University

Education Administration