Congratulations Dr. Joanne Passaro on being named to the
2022 City and State Higher Education Power 100.

Dr. Passaro, President of Metropolitan College of New York has been consistently named one of City & State New York’s Leaders for four years in a row in more than one category! 
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2021 Higher Education Power 100 and now…

2022 Higher Education Power 100

The Award celebrates New York’s dedicated educators and identifies the most powerful members of New York’s colleges, universities, and centers of learning. These leaders are being recognized for their achievements, influence in policymaking, and connections to city and state government officials that help make a difference in education across the board.

Sneak-peek of the article:

As places where individuals gather from across the globe, institutions of higher education are shaped by the world around them even as they shape the next generation. Over the past year, college and university presidents in New York dealt with a number of issues that extend far beyond the borders of the classroom.

Higher education leaders have adapted to reinstating in-person teaching while revising earlier COVID-19 public safety measures. They’ve addressed urgent calls to combat racism and climate change both on and off-campus. And they’ve continued to provide students with the skills they need to thrive in an ever-changing economy. Many moved to meet these challenges while collaborating with student bodies, local communities and government officials.

Dr. Joanne Passaro is #88! See the whole list HERE.