Meet Elizabeth Fay, Aaron School 30th Street Principal
Elizabeth Fay is the Principal of Aaron School 30th Street campus. She oversees the educational program for students in grades 8-12. Elizabeth started out at Aaron School eight years ago as a Speech-Language Pathologist. She had the fortunate experience of working hands-on with students, teachers, and related service providers. Following her work in the classroom, Elizabeth took on the role of Educational Supervisor and Division Head. In 2014, she was excited to accept the position of Principal of the upper school.
Elizabeth has experience in both the public and private sectors of education ranging from preschool to college level instruction. Before working at Aaron School, Elizabeth was employed as a Speech-Language Pathologist for a public school district located in Long Island. During this time, Elizabeth assisted in establishing a district-wide program for students diagnosed with high functioning Autism. Elizabeth also enjoyed teaching classes pertaining to language development as an adjunct professor at Pace University.
Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Arts degree in special education from Providence College and a Master of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Long Island University – C. W. Post. Elizabeth is currently working towards obtaining a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership, Administration, and Supervision at Fordham University. As a component of her doctoral degree, Elizabeth is conducting research in the area of teacher induction practices.
Outside of school, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs. She is a world traveler who has visited countries on five continents. She hopes to check the remaining two continents off her bucket list soon!