Empowering lives for 90 years!

Diane Recinos, Ed.D.

Dr. Diane Recinos was appointed Interim President on October 18, 2021. A trusted and respected higher education leader, she has been with the College since 1992.

Dr. Recinos holds a Doctorate in Education from St. John Fisher College, a Master of Business Administration degree in Management from Wagner College, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Davis and Elkins College.

When Dr. Recinos began her career at Berkeley College in 1992 she was the Director of Financial Aid for the Woodbridge campus and took on expanded roles in financial aid, technology and analytics as the College’s mission expanded. Throughout her career, she has been a champion for Berkeley College’s mission. Dr. Recinos is a strategic leader who has been instrumental in setting a vision for the continuous enhancement of student services in unison with Berkeley College’s mission of empowering students to achieve lifelong success in dynamic careers.

Dr. Recinos’ leadership has spanned Campus Operations, Admissions, Marketing, Student Development and Campus Life, Disability Services, Career Services, Academic Advisement, the Office of the Registrar, Institutional Effectiveness, and the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs. She was also Senior Vice President, Enrollment Management.

Dr. Recinos has served as a peer evaluator for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. She was a board member for the American Conference on Diversity, the Woodbridge Economic Development Corporation and the Woodbridge Special Improvement District, and Chairwoman of the Board of the Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce. She is a graduate of Leadership New Jersey. She has been named to the YWCA Academy of Women Leaders, among the NJBIZ Best 50 Women in Business, and is a recipient of the William E. Short Community Service Award.

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Empowering lives for 90 years!