After almost three decades of experience in public education – including serving as a superintendent of schools, Dr. Sandra Anthony recently retired after an incredibly rewarding career in NJ. She set her goals and focus on educational reform, turning around schools and expanding innovative programs.
In addition to serving as Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Anthony served in a variety of capacities including: assistant superintendent, principal, assistant principal, business administrator and teacher. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Education from Georgian Court University, a Master’s Degree in Administration and a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University in 2002. She currently serves as adjunct faculty with the University as a dissertation chair and advisor to doctoral students.
As an administrator, she has had many career highlights including whole school reform initiatives designed to improve student achievement along with her work in improving systems and programs for learners with special needs. She is a tireless advocate for professional development and technology infusion as a way to improve teaching and learning. As a teacher, she proudly developed a state-recognized Serve America program, a service learning program that supported the school and communities-at-large in Point Pleasant, Hoboken and Jersey City. She believes when children find that they belong and have a role in their community where they can give the gift of service, and when adults can give to students lessons that can’t easily be taught in the classroom, the benefits are immeasurable and provide rewards of a lifetime.
Dr. Anthony lives in Wall Township since 1988 with her husband Bill, their son, Billy and their dog Hannah. In her personal life, she loves traveling, reading and writing.
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