Jennifer Scully

Jennifer Scully (no photo)

Adjunct Professor

School of Education

Jennifer L. Scully, Ed.D. is the Head of School at Maplebrook School. She holds a B.A. from SUNY Albany, an M.A. from Fordham University, and an Ed.D. from Marymount University. Dr. Scully has served as the President of the International Association of Special Education as well as the 9th Biennial Conference Chair. She has expertise in the acquisition of social skills in adolescents, building resilient school communities and she is an advocate for character education. Dr. Scully has spoken at national and international conferences, published articles, and conducted workshops on social skills, resilience, and character development. She has published a handbook on the subject for teachers, parents, and administrators titled, The Power of Social Skills in Character Development: Helping Diverse Learners Succeed.

Research Interests: Leadership, Innovative Approaches to School Leadership, Creating Resilient School Environments