Rose Mary Healy
Special Assistant to the President
Berkeley College’s Special Assistant to the President, Dr. Rose Mary Healy, is not only a visionary, but also a leader of change and growth.
Dr. Healy served as Provost for Berkeley College for five years, through March 2009, and served as Interim President from June 2008 through July 2009. As Senior Vice President for the College’s New Jersey locations (2001-2005), she led the faculty and administrative teams through New Jersey and Middle States accreditation visits that resulted in approval of the institution’s first New Jersey baccalaureate degree program: a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She was also actively involved in securing approvals for B.S. degrees in Management and Fashion Marketing and Management. As Senior Vice President for the College’s New York locations (1996-2001), Dr. Healy helped develop the College’s first baccalaureate degree programs in Management, Marketing, General Business, Accounting, International Business, Information Systems Management, Fashion Marketing and Management, and e-Business.
Dr. Healy holds a Ph.D. from the University of Toledo, an M.A. from Eastern Michigan University, and a B.A. from Salve Regina College. In 2005, Dr. Healy was inducted into the Academy of Women Leaders of the YWCA-NYC. She is also an active member of a number of academic and professional organizations including Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Delta Pi, and Sigma Phi Honor Societies. Dr. Healy also consults on planning, program evaluation, faculty development, institutional governance, and organizational change for the U.S. Department of Education and the Research Triangle Institute; and she has served as an evaluator for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and the New York State Education Department.
Education: leadership, development, planning, reorganization, change
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