Alejandrina Delgado is an educational consultant for the Executive Leadership Institute’s (ELI) mentoring program. She provides mentoring services to new assistant principals and educational administrators. She has also presented, on behalf of the ELI program, at New York City schools and national conferences.
In addition, she has served as an adjunct lecturer and field supervisor at Hunter College and Fordham University, where she taught graduate courses on Bilingual and Multicultural Education.
Ms. Delgado worked for more than 33 years in the New York City School System, serving as a bilingual teacher, educator for the talented and gifted program, teacher mentor, and staff developer. While serving as director of her district’s dual language program, Ms. Delgado received statewide recognition for creating and sustaining an exemplary dual language program.
In 1998, Ms. Delgado was appointed principal of a K-6th public school, which had been identified as a School Under Registration Review. Under her leadership and the assistance of her faculty, staff, parents and community, Ms. Delgado succeeded in moving the school into a high performance status.
Over the course of her career, she has served as consultant for the New York City State Joint Intervention Team, president of the Puerto Rican Educators Association, and presented at state and national Bilingual Education conferences.
For mentoring or professional development services, Ms. Delgado may be contacted through the Executive Leadership Institute.