Raymond D. Gualtieri, Ed.D. is a proven educational leader and experienced administrator. He began his term as Superintendent of Schools for the North Allegheny School District on August 1, 2011. As Superintendent, Dr. Gualtieri’s goal is to maintain North Allegheny as a premiere school district that provides a high quality education to all students.
Prior to accepting this role at North Allegheny, Dr. Gualtieri was the Superintendent of Schools at the East Hampton Union Free School District in East Hampton, New York, for eight years. The East Hampton Union Free School District serves over 2,000 K-12 students plus five elementary sending school districts with 1,100 students. East Hampton High School became the first “green” high school in the state of New York.
Dr. Gualtieri also served as Superintendent of Schools at Somerset Hills Regional School District in Bernardsville, New Jersey, and at Wissahickon School District in Ambler, Pennsylvania. He spent fourteen years with the Owen J. Roberts School District in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, where he served as the Director of Personnel and Curriculum, Principal, and Assistant Principal. In the first nine years of Dr. Gualtieri’s career as an educator, he taught grades five and six.
During his career, Dr. Gualtieri has published articles in several academic periodicals. They include “Character Does Count at Bedwell Elementary School,” New Jersey Association of School Administrators (2003), “Our Journey to a Multiage Continuous Progress Primary,” Society for Developmental Education News (1994), and Student Participation in a Gift of Time Program: A Case Study, University Microfilms Inc. (1993).
Dr. Raymond Gualtieri earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from West Chester University and a Master of Arts Degree in School Administration from Villanova University. He went on to earn a Doctor of Education Degree in the field of Organizational Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania in 1993. Dr. Gualtieri also has educational experience in Government Finance from Texas Tech University and Human Resource Studies from Empire State College.