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Joanna Abramo


(Coming Soon)

Educational Consultant


Dr. Joanna Abramo began her career in a special education classroom connecting with the students facing the greatest challenges.


Over the course of her two decades of experience, Dr. Abramo has taught students in PreK-12 public schools and college-level students as a professor at public and private universities. As an administrator, she has overseen local education departments and worked on state-level education policy, and as a special education instructional coach and district-level administrator, she supports 2,500 students with IEPs in over 25 school sites. 


In addition to her classroom experience in primary education, Dr. Abramo is an instructor of Special Education courses at Fordham University Graduate School of Education and Kean University, and a supervisor of clinical interns at Monmouth University. She also remains at the forefront of contemporary education techniques through her collaborative research at Fordham University. She has presented results of ongoing bullying and cyberbullying research at conferences hosted by the Council for Exceptional Children and National Association of School Psychologists. 


Special education and neurodiversity is personal to Dr. Abramo. She has close loved ones diagnosed with ADHD, and has overcome her own invisible disabilities. Her education has provided knowledge, but her experience with these conditions provides her insight for pragmatic solutions. Combining both her formal education and practical experience, Dr. Abramo offers a unique perspective whether your needs are for a private client tutoring or institutional training. 


Dr. Abramo earned a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from Saint Peter’s University and holds her Master’s degree in Childhood Special Education and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Fordham University. She is certified by the State of New Jersey in Elementary Education, Students with Disabilities, Supervisor, Principal, and School Administrator. Through the Rutgers University Center for Executive Leadership in Government, she completed a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Certificate. She is a licensed life and career coach through Rider University's Board Certified Coach training program and a Certified Human Resources Professional through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). 


She is an active member of Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), and the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).

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