Aaron Richard Graham Edit Profile
Associate of Arts, St. Petersburg Junior College, 1965. Bachelor of Science, North Carolina Central University, 1967. Master of Science in Education, Akron University, 1969.
Doctor of Education, Fordham University, 1990. Graduate, National Business Leadership Institute, 1995.
Science teacher, National Teacher Corps, Akron, Ohio., 1967-1969;
science teacher, Akron Public Schools, 1969-1971;
biology teacher, Palisades Park (New Jersey) Public Schools, 1973-1977;
program coordinator, New Jersey Department Education, Bergen County, 1977-1983;
educational planner, New Jersey Department Education, Bergen County, 1983-1989;
assistant director curriculum and instruction, Bergen County Technology Schools, Hackensack, 1989-1991;
assistant professor administration, curriculum and instruction, Jersey City State College, 1991-1992;
district project director curriculum and instruction, Bergen County Technology School, 1992-1996. Member of advisory committee Academy Advancement of Teaching and Management, Edison, New Jersey,1991-1994. Presenter U. Council for Ednl.
Administration, Scottsdale, Arizona,1989.
Trustee Teaneck (New Jersey) Library. Board, 1983-1996; member Human Relations Coalition Bergen County, 1987-1995, vice president, 1991-1993. Board directors Bergen Community College Foundation, 1994-1996.
Board trustees Bergen Community College, since 1996. Member board education Bergen County Technology Schools, since 1996, Bergen County Special Services, since 1996. Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, New Jersey Staff Development Council, American Association of School Adminstrations, National Staff Development Council, New Jersey Council Education, Urban League (board directors 1982-1996, Service award 1987, 97, Adolph Holmes award 1999, Child Assault Prevention award 2000, Congressional Citation for Outstanding Leadership, 2002, Bergen County Leadership award 2003), Phi Delta Kappa.
Married Janet Lorraine Wilkins, June 21, 1969. Children: Andrea Yvonne, Aaron Richard World War II.