Judith Wilson

Judith Wilson spent her education career working for the New York City Department of Education as a teacher and assistant principal in middle school level and as a principal at the elementary school level. Her teaching and instructional background includes teaching World Languages (Spanish and Italian) and English Language Arts. Judith opened an early childhood center at the school where she was principal on Staten Island and developed an award-winning performing arts program as well. Judith has taught a variety of Graduate and Undergraduate courses at Touro College and The College of Staten Island in their School of Education. Judith is an adjunct instructor and field supervisor in the Touro College School Leadership Program. Judith is currently a consultant for ELI and works as mentor for new school administrators. She customizes workshops for schools, tailoring professional development to the individual needs of school leaders as well as their teachers. As a certified BrandED trainer some topics she has originated for ELI are Branding in Education, Digital Leadership and Social Media, where schools learn how to communicate their vision and values to the school community by building a strong brand presence on the ever evolving omnichannels of today’s millennials. Judith also presents at national conferences. She recently presented at the 2019 ACTFL American Council of Teachers of Foreign Language conference in New Orleans.