Dr. Norma Irom holds both a Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Teaching and Master of Arts from Columbia University as well as an M.A. in education from Brooklyn College.
She has been the principal of public elementary and intermediate schools in Westchester, head of a private school in Connecticut, adjunct assistant professor of graduate education at NYU, Long Island University and Brooklyn College, and adjunct associate Professor at The College of New Rochelle where she taught theory and practice of emergent literacy, how to teach reading and writing for future teachers, and writing and reading across the curriculum for middle and high school students.
Dr. Irom's experience also includes:
Principal: William O. Schaefer School in Tappan and Somers Intermediate School, NY.
Head of School: Unquowa School, private Kindergarten to eighth grade school in Fairfield, CT.
Curriculum Consultant: District Six on Manhattan's West Side and private schools in Greenwich, CT.
Currently, Dr. Irom works as a Curriculum Consultant to Westchester, Connecticut and New York City school districts and consults regularly with guidance counselors and college placement advisors.