Anne M. Stasiewski is best described as a team leader throughout her 58-year career. She worked with three elementary schools as principal (for a total of 17 years) and also worked in the central office. Prior to that, she served as the supervisor for language arts and reading for the City of Norwalk (where she was in the position for five years) and as a K-12 educator on the subjects of language arts and reading. After she retired from the education system in 1986, she started OWL Associates, a consultancy for teachers.
Ms. Stasiewski earned her doctorate in education (ABD) from the University of Bridgeport and both her master of science and bachelor of science from Central Connecticut State College. She is certified in Connecticut for positions as a K-12 teacher, principal, intermediate supervisor and superintendent of schools. Ms. Stasiewski is the former president of the Business and Professional Women of Connecticut. She is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, Phi Delta Kappa and a life member of the National Education Association. Continue reading