Five NYCLA Graduates Selected to be Cahn Fellows

April 15, 2013

Congratulations are in order for five NYCLA grads who have received an amazing opportunity to advance their professional, intellectual and personal growth.  These already excellent leaders will continue to take charge of change in NYC public schools while participating in the Cahn Fellows Program.  The 2013 Fellows who graduated from NYCLA are:

-Monique Campbell, Principal of the School of Integrated Learning in Brooklyn

-Dana Gerendasi, Principal of Waterside Children’s Studio School in Queens

-Reginald Landeau Jr, Principal of George J. Ryan Middle School in Queens

-Carmen Parache, Principal of PS 150 in Queens

-LaShawn Robinson. Principal of the Brownsville Academy High School in Brooklyn

The Cahn Fellows Program for Distinguished Principals at Teachers College, Columbia University is committed to strengthening the public school system by investing in its most effective school leaders.  It was founded in 2002 with the belief that, in recognizing and supporting excellence, we can help an entire system to rise.