Ann Bisignani is the Graduate Program Coordinator and an Adjunct Professor in the Education Department at Carlow University. She has more than 30 years of experience as a secondary teacher, high school principal, and assistant to the superintendent in public education. As a principal, she had a particular interest in workforce development, and she collaborated with business partners and regional organizations to provide immersive career education opportunities for students. Currently, she works closely with the development of aspiring principals during their internship experiences and is passionate about preparing the next generation of educators and administrators to be models of excellence in every facet of the profession. She is involved with the School District-University Collaborative (SDUC) with Pittsburgh Public Schools, as well as the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators (PAC-TE) and the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PAESSP), who honored her with the Pennsylvania High School Principal of the Year Award in 2009. She and her husband, along with their two dogs, live in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. They enjoy traveling to see their children and grandchildren, spending time at the beach, and playing golf and pickleball.
BS, Education/Business Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
MPM, Public Management/Educational Leadership Concentration, Carnegie Mellon University