Renowned for his leadership of public schools in New Jersey, Steven Engravalle is currently CEO of a K-12 education-focused consulting firm. Most recently he served as the Superintendent of Schools in Fort Lee, NJ, from November 2011 until March 2013. Prior to becoming Superintendent, Mr. Engravalle served as the Assistant Superintendent of Schools at Fort Lee Public Schools from July 2010 until November 2011. Previous to his term in Fort Lee, Mr. Engravalle was the Chief School Administrator of the Hamburg School District in Hamburg, NJ (2007-2010). During his tenure in Hamburg, he led a full revision of all district curricula and an update and/or enhancement to all program offerings along with the implementation of innovative technologies in the classroom and central office, which led to increased student achievement and fiscal solvency for the district. Mr. Engravalle also upgraded all district facilities and developed and implemented district-wide school safety policies, procedures, and practices in coordination with local, county, and state officials. Additionally, Mr. Engravalle is honored and proud to have served as the Chair of the State Educational Technology Committee for the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA). He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Literature from Ramapo College of New Jersey, a Master of Arts in Teaching from Nova Southeastern University in Florida, and a Masters of Arts in Educational Administration from New Jersey City University. Steve Engravalle is also "All But Dissertation" status towards his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
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