Administrators in Need of Improvement (ANOI) –(UPDATED AS OF OCT 26, 2019)

ANOI

ANOI List

Collaboration is key to a healthy and safe school community that fosters education for our 1.1 million students. Unfortunately, too many of our 1,800 schools communities have leaders that may not be the educational leaders that are greatly needed to foster this environment.

We asked the community to nominate not just principals, but any administrators that may be in need of improvement. This includes superintendents, assistant principals, Children’s First Support Network and cluster leaders.

Our hope is that by having this list out there positive change can occur to benefit the students, staff and entire school communities affected.

For nominations, please fill out this Administrator in Need of Improvement (ANOI) form

(CLICK HERE FOR NOMINATION FORM).

  • Does the school have incidents that go unreported?
  • Is there a lack of discipline and support?
  • Do routine requests for help or repairs get ignored?
  • Is there a high turnover of staff? Is staff targeted? 
  • Are parents targeted? 
  • Does the administrator violate the contract on such a regular basis?

In Addition to nominating an administrator, a parent or staff member can also use this form to send a complaint of moral character to the New York State Department of Education administrator-complaint-form-for-nysed

*Note: If an administrator feels they have been nominated in error, please email us at info@uftsolidarity.org.

MAP OF ANOI NOMINEES

  1. Abadia, G
  2. Abreu, Ysidro
  3. Acosta, Niefi
  4. Aker, Susan
  5. Albetta, Daniel
  6. Almonte, Lottie
  7. Amador, Carmen
  8. Amon, Rasheda
  9. Annio, Ursula
  10. Aquino, Leslie
  11. Aragona, Steven
  12. Atiles, Kathryn
  13. Azores, Sheila
  14. Baez, Awilda
  15. Bailey, Karen
  16. Barakat, Michael
  17. Baker, Lori
  18. Barnett, June
  19. Bastien, Dorald
  20. Belton, Renee
  21. Bernard, Anne
  22. Blank, Daryl
  23. Blige, Iris
  24. Bonilla, Robert
  25. Bornkamp, Kathleen
  26. Boyle, John
  27. Bray, Felicia
  28. Bradley, Brian
  29. Bradley, Jeanne
  30. Brown, Marion
  31. Budhu, Michael
  32. Burnside, Robert
  33. Butcher, Bonnie
  34. Bye, Bridget
  35. Cabarcas, Berena
  36. Cabello, Irina
  37. Cadotte, Bayan
  38. Caeser, Lisette
  39. Cameron, Darlene
  40. Campbell, Georgia
  41. Cannon, Paul
  42. Caputo, Judy
  43. Catania, Patricia
  44. Centola, Alfredo
  45. Cameron, Maxine
  46. Capolongo, Elsi 
  47. Carrillo, Holger
  48. Casale, Joan
  49. Chin, Tyree
  50. Chin, Yvonne
  51. Choi, Rosa
  52. Cohen, Jodie
  53. Colon, Jacqueline
  54. Cook, Jaleelah
  55. Cookson, Kristi
  56. Cox, Kersandra
  57. Crespo, Miriam
  58. Cruz, Jose
  59. Cuba, Kattia
  60. D’Angelo, Dominick
  61. Darden, Gloria
  62. Davis, Serge Marshall
  63. Delauney, Tricia
  64. DesForges, Marie
  65. Ditucci Cappiello, Donna
  66. DiGregorio, Alex
  67. Dickerson, Jeanna
  68. Drake, Julia
  69. Drummond, Tanya
  70. Donahue, Jean
  71. DuMornay, Gary
  72. Dwarka, Namita
  73. Maec Einsohn
  74. Ellman, Leslie
  75. Elvin, Kathleen
  76. Espinal, Rafaela
  77. Estrella, Alexandra
  78. Fagan, Jeanne
  79. Fanning, David
  80. Febus, Lisette
  81. Feijoo, Marisol
  82. Fiorentino, Annette
  83. Flynn, Tami
  84. Fredericksen, Sandra
  85. Foti, Christina
  86. Gallardo, Janet
  87. Ganesh, Neil
  88. Garcia, Natalia
  89. Garg, Monika
  90. Gentile, Robert
  91. Geogerian, Doug
  92. Giordano, Annemarie 
  93. Deborah Glauner
  94. Green, Susan
  95. Grevenberg, Lisa
  96. Goldman, Amy
  97. Gomez, Denise 
  98. Goodman, Sarah
  99. Goodson, Lisa
  100. Haigler, Tamra
  101. Hamm, Katherine
  102. Han, Karen
  103. Hanin Hasweh
  104. Harper, Chavonne
  105. Hartley, Simone
  106. Hartnett, Catherine
  107. Hawkins, Greta
  108. Hazell, Kerry Ann
  109. Healy, Vincent
  110. Henry, Judy
  111. Henry Stephens, Ann Marie
  112. Hernandez, Frank
  113. Hert, Beth
  114. Hill, Linda
  115. Hinds, Rochelle
  116. Holstein, Rene
  117. Houlihan, Kaye
  118. Hoogenboom, Ari
  119. Hooks, Anthony
  120. Hosang, Marlon
  121. Iannelli, Laura Izzo 
  122. Ierardi, Eric
  123. Ingram, Joan
  124. Isern, Diana
  125. Inzerello, Anthony
  126. Jacobo, Astrid
  127. Jahoda, Rosemary
  128. Jarrett, Elizabeth
  129. Jimenez, David
  130. Jimenez, Yaira
  131. Jones, Kuvana
  132. Juman, Jillian
  133. Jusino, William
  134. Keyes, Dakota
  135. Khan, Mohamed
  136. Kim, Eujin Jaela
  137. King, Patricia
  138. Koza, Christina
  139. Kwait, Howard
  140. Kwateng, Kinsey
  141. Knight, Bertram
  142. Landeau, Reginald
  143. Lansner, Noah
  144. LePow, Jamie
  145. Levinsky, Denise
  146. Lieberman, Bennett
  147. Ling, Carla
  148. Logan Smith, Angela
  149. Lolis, Evelyn
  150. Losquadro, Jennifer
  151. Lopes, Clemente
  152. Lopez, Glorimar
  153. Lubeck, Beth
  154. Luft, Lisa
  155. Ludwig, Arlene
  156. Lukas, Stephanie
  157. Lyons, Brendan
  158. Mahabir, Sharon
  159. Marco, Deanna
  160. Mangar, Shawn
  161. Maniolios, Vasilios “Bill”
  162. Marks, Barry
  163. Marrero, Yvonne
  164. Mars, Lisa
  165. Martin, Anthony
  166. Martin, Deonne
  167. Martinez, Maria
  168. Martinez, Ralph
  169. McElroy, Sam
  170. McFarland, Adonna
  171. McGregor, Dahlia
  172. Mee, Kwong
  173. Memola, James
  174. Mercedes, Robert
  175. Michaux, Debra
  176. Miller, Darlene
  177. Miller, Melissa
  178. Mills, Rose-Marie
  179. Minaya, Patricia
  180. Mitchell, Patricia
  181. Moise, Stanley
  182. Monheit, Neil
  183. Montalvo, Eugenia
  184. Monroe, Joan
  185. Mota, Indira
  186. Mule, Annamaria
  187. Mutakabbir, Khurshid 
  188. Munro, Linda
  189. Namnun, Ramon
  190. Nelson, Fred
  191. Newell, Bridgette
  192. Giuseppina Napolitano
  193. Newman, Adam
  194. Njoku, Uche
  195. O’Brien Tara
  196. Oakes, Lindsay
  197. Ogundimu, Charles (“Dr. O.”)
  198. Orban, Jessica
  199. Orbe, Pierre
  200. Ort, Suzie
  201. Ortiz, Liza
  202. Outerbridge, Kim
  203. Palmeri, Nicole
  204. Parache, Arelis 
  205. Parache, Carmen
  206. Pate, Tammy
  207. Pavlou, Miranda
  208. Pavone, Louis
  209. Paz, Magaly
  210. Andrew Pecorella
  211. Perdomo, Jorge
  212. Philemy, James
  213. Pichardo, Daniel
  214. Pinos, Barbara 
  215. Prashad, Anita
  216. Price Haynes, Pamela
  217. Polanco, Emmanuel
  218. Pulphus, Joyce
  219. Quail, James
  220. Ratra, Shweta
  221. Reilly, Anissa Chambers
  222. Resto, Vincent
  223. Polanco-Rivera, Jazmin
  224. Resto, Vincent
  225. Romero, Jessica
  226. Rupnarain, Rudolph
  227. Rosado, Rosie
  228. Rosado, Maria
  229. Rosato-Lopes, Theresa
  230. Ross, Janice
  231. Rotondo, Paul
  232. Salcedo, Yira
  233. Salzberg, Danielle
  234. Santiago, Jeffrey
  235. Schwartz, Steven
  236. Scott Piazza, Karen
  237. Schult, Kevin
  238. Sertima, Tannis
  239. Shakespeare, Pauline
  240. Shelley, Kimberly
  241. Sherman, Ben
  242. Sim, Franklin
  243. Singh, Stefan
  244. Smith, Darwin
  245. Sochet, Sam
  246. Solomon, Joshua
  247. Soto, Indiana
  248. Spencer, Adrienne
  249. Sperrazza, Charles
  250. Staton, Lynn
  251. Struhl Nasjletti, Meridith
  252. Tait, Samona Joe
  253. Tannenbaum, Sherry
  254. Thomas, Suzanne
  255. Thompson, Paul
  256. Toran, Monique
  257. Towles, Latishia
  258. TRAVERSIERE, STEEVE
  259. Tucci, Antoinette
  260. Tucci, Sara
  261. Urena, Manuel
  262. Valcin, Geralda
  263. Vaughan, Melissa
  264. Van Brussel, Michelle
  265. Villegas, Maria
  266. Velazquez, Hector
  267. Wagner, Jason
  268. Waslawski, James
  269. Walsh, Fred
  270. Walsh, Stacy
  271. Weinstein, Michael
  272. White, Rushell
  273. Williams, Dionne
  274. Williams, Edele
  275. Williams, Melanie
  276. Winnicki, Alicja
  277. Yallowitz, Meri
  278. Zirin, Ronald

11 Comments

  1. Another point I would like to make (and this is perhaps the strongest reason why I would so adamantly discourage people from working under the leadership of Ganesh is simply the length that this man is willing to go to in order to fulfill his agenda. It’s commonplace to hear stories about administrators going after staff who disagree with them, or argue with them, or question them, or file complaints, etc…but this man will without hesitation go after the people on his side who are actually loyal to him if he feels that he has to do that to get where he needs to be!!! I’ve witnessed it happen.

  2. Another point I would like to make (and this is perhaps the strongest reason why I would so adamantly discourage people from working under the leadership of Ganesh is simply the length that this man is willing to go to in order to fulfill his agenda. It’s commonplace to hear stories about administrators going after staff who disagree with them, or argue with them, or question them, or file complaints, etc…but this man will without hesitation go after the people on his side who are actually loyal to him if he feels that he has to do that to get where he needs to be!!! I’ve witnessed it happen.

  3. I nominate A.P.Ellen Campeas of the H.S. of Health Careers & Sciences. Defensive and vindictive; targeted me. She was buddy-buddies with the last Principal, but ask the new Principal (Trejo) what he thinks of her.

  4. Are submissions to this list still being taken? I have a couple I’d consider adding.

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    • Amanda Lazerson of IS 162K is a horribly abusive principal. She illegally excessed a 20+ year veteran so that her friend from her temple who was a new teacher could have a job. She went after the UFT chapter leader with phony 3020a charges, and despite all the evidence that he was a superior teacher, the hearing officer terminated him. Now she’s targeting the new chapter leader. She illegally changed the school to a 16 period schedule, and despite the fact that the staff refused to SBO it, says she could do it anyway. She has targeted veteran teachers ever since her reign of terror began. The District 32 superintendent, Sheila Gorski, refuses to believe any of the complaints, and makes up excuses, like “Maybe they weren’t tech savvy.” Both Amanda Lazerson and Sheila Gorski must go.

  6. Can comments be turned on for the new additions? I have some information I’d like to add for some of these but didn’t see a comment box.

  7. Please please please send Koza that email.

  8. Can we nominate Assistant Principals? I have a doozy.

  9. I nominate Doris Lee, principal of Village Academy in Far Rockaway.

    This principal has been instated for 10 years at the school and has had a revolving door of teacher employment because of the terrible work conditions. All teachers are asked to smile and if they do not are reprimanded for it. If you disagree with any thing and make the mistake of voicing that opinion you are met with hostility and unjustified disciplinary action. She micromanages every single subject areas curriculum and grading but hasn’t actually provided a curriculum to begin with. If you are sick or have to be out of work on a Monday or a Friday she immediately accuses you of extending your weekend and threatens disciplinary action. She is so negative that not ONE substitute in two years has come to the school. She also claims that there is no money in the budget EVERY year. Even the current one where the school was invited to be apart of the Bronx Plan collaborative. She has teachers that have worked with her since the school opened who she doesn’t respect or consider effective. The UFT representative is in bed with the principal so teachers are unable to complain or go to him for actual protection or advice. The UFT rep is given privileges and leadership positions from the principal to continue pushing her agenda and not that of his colleagues and is used often for this principals agenda.

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