Luis Aguirre, M.S.
Math & Testing Coordinator
Completed his undergraduate studies in Management followed by his MBA in Taxation and Finance at Long Island University. Mr. Aguirre has served as an adjunct professor in the Math Department for over 15 years. In addition he has worked in Student Support Services as an Math & Testing Coordinator and Counselor for over 10 years where he has been responsible for the coordination of classroom & exam accommodations for students with disabilities.
Jessica Cruz, LMSW
Completed her undergraduate studies in Social Work at Long Island University. She then continued her graduate education at Columbia University with a focus in Social Work Generalist Practice and programming, in addition to a concentration in Family, Youth and Children. Mrs. Cruz is an Education Specialist in Student Support Services and works to provide students with the tools and strategies needed to succeed in their individual career choices.
Kelly Carmon, M.S.
Completed her undergraduate studies in Geography with a concentration of International Business and World Trade from University at Buffalo-SUNY. She then continued her graduate education at Buffalo State College-SUNY, receiving her degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration. Ms. Carmon is an Education Specialist in Student Support Services and works to provide students with the appropriate guidance on succeeding in their collegiate career and beyond.
Completed his undergraduate studies in Political Science with minors in Psychology, and Speech Communications and is currently working on his masters in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations and a United Nations Certificate Program. Mr. Adams is currently a graduate assistant in SSS and works along with staff to successfully fulfill its mission. After his graduation in May 2013, he is pursuing Ph.D. in International Relations. One of his goals is to work with the United Nations in the areas of Economic Development in Underdeveloped Countries.
Danielle Egic, B.S.
As a graduate assistant, Danielle serves in a support role utilizing her extensive experience and background in the disability field. Danielle is an Adaptive Skills Head Teacher at Cooke Center Academy, a special-education high school in Manhattan, where she works with students with autism, learning disabilities, Down syndrome, and intellectual disabilities on their Activities of Daily Living (ADL's). She is pursuing her Masters in Special Education, Teaching Urban Adolescents with Disabilities. After obtaining her Masters, Danielle looks forward to continuing her role as a special education teacher, and working as an ally in the Disability Rights Movement to promote the rights of people with disabilities.