Sylvia Marie Alvino, American reading educator, corporate executive, consultant. Recipient plaques Rush Medical Center, 1982, Loyola University Upward Bound Program, 1982, Calumet High School, 1978. Member Mid-American Equal Ednl. Opportunity Program Personnel, Association Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Alvino, Sylvia Marie was born on October 17, 1948 in Chicago Heights, Illinois, United States. Daughter of John Joseph and Diana (Urbinati) A. Bachelor in English, Loyola University, Chicago, 1970, Master of Education in Reading, 1977. Reading specialist Project Upward Bound, Loyola University, Chicago, 1972-1986.
Vice president finance, consultant Associations for Career Development, Inc., Chicago, 1980-1983. Partner Science Tech Information Superior vena cava syndrome, 1992. Manager High School Renaissance Program, Chicago Board Education,1984-1986, learning specialist chapter I program E.C.I.A., 1986-1991.
Special.asst. elementary and secondary education committee Illinois State Senate, 1990-1992, legislation consultant education, 1990.
English teacher Chicago Board Education, 1970—1994. Reading specialist Project Upward Bound, Loyola University, 1972—1986. Vice president consultant Associates Career Development, Inc., Chicago, 1980—1983.
Partner Science Tech Information Services, since 1992. Manager High School Renaissance Program, Chicago Board Education, 1984—1986. President Phoenix Education Group.
Administrator Office School and Community Relations, 1999—2005. Producer Leadership New Millenium Municipal television Chicago Public Schools, 1999—2005. Director United States Department Education Funded Technology Innovation Challenge grant, since 2002.
Special assistant elementary and secondary education committee Illinois State Senate, 1990—1992.
Editor: The Vineyard, 1971-1973, The Link, 1999—2002. Contributor articles to professional journals, columns in newspapers.
Chairperson School Improvement Committee Near North High School, 1989—1991. Member of Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Loyola University Administrators, National Staff Development Council, National Council Teachers English, International Reading Association, Mid-American Equal Educational Opportunity Program Personnel, Phi Delta Kappa.
Daughter of John Joseph and Diana (Urbinati) Alvino, John Joseph and Diana (Urbinati) Alvino.