Nassau BOCES Appoints New Executive Director For Human Resources

Cynthia M. Fitzgerald

The new Executive Director of Human Resources for Nassau BOCES brings more than 18 years of public education experience to the position. Cynthia M. Fitzgerald most recently served as Director of Student Support Services for the Northport-East Northport School District.

In her new role, Fitzgerald will oversee all aspects of employee recruitment, retention and
management for the agency, which has more than 5,400 full- and part-time, summer and substitute employees.

“I am delighted to welcome Ms. Fitzgerald to Nassau BOCES,” said Eric B. Schultz, Nassau BOCES Board president. “Our employees are our greatest asset and strong leadership in this role is crucial to a healthy and productive culture.”

“Being part of the growth, vision and trajectory of Nassau BOCES is a terrific opportunity,” said Fitzgerald. “I’m excited to join an organization that helps school districts to provide so many crucial services to their students.”

Fitzgerald, of Nesconset, earned a bachelor’s degree in education from SUNY Potsdam, a master’s degree in school counseling from Long Island University and a Professional Diploma in School District Administration from Dowling College. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in school leadership from St. John’s University.

—Submitted by Nassau BOCES

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Cynthia M. Fitzgerald

The new Executive Director of Human Resources for Nassau BOCES brings more than 18 years of public education experience to the position. Cynthia M. Fitzgerald most recently served as Director of Student Support Services for the Northport-East Northport School District.

In her new role, Fitzgerald will oversee all aspects of employee recruitment, retention and
management for the agency, which has more than 5,400 full- and part-time, summer and substitute employees.

“I am delighted to welcome Ms. Fitzgerald to Nassau BOCES,” said Eric B. Schultz, Nassau BOCES Board president. “Our employees are our greatest asset and strong leadership in this role is crucial to a healthy and productive culture.”

“Being part of the growth, vision and trajectory of Nassau BOCES is a terrific opportunity,” said Fitzgerald. “I’m excited to join an organization that helps school districts to provide so many crucial services to their students.”

Fitzgerald, of Nesconset, earned a bachelor’s degree in education from SUNY Potsdam, a master’s degree in school counseling from Long Island University and a Professional Diploma in School District Administration from Dowling College. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in school leadership from St. John’s University.

—Submitted by Nassau BOCES

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