Dr. Strobert is a National Distinguished Principal; schools under her supervision have received the Blue Ribbon Award.
Barbara Strobert is an award winning educator who has been recognized by the United States and the New Jersey Departments of Education, professional organizations, community groups, and her undergraduate university. Dr. Strobert is a National Distinguished Principal and schools under her supervision have received the prestigious Blue Ribbon Award.
Her numerous roles in education include teacher, mathematics chairperson, assistant principal, district level director, principal, superintendent of schools, and foundation officer. Her experience has been in both urban and suburban schools. After earning a doctorate from Columbia University, Barbara taught at Columbia and Fordham Universities helping to train teachers and aspiring administrators. At present she is an assistant professor at Seton Hall University and Director of the Traditional Masters and Doctor of Education programs.
- Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, Education Administration
- M.A., New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ Major: Mathematics Education
- B.A., Montclair University, Montclair, NJ Major: Mathematics