Company: Hunter College
Location: Woodside, New York, United States
Rubina E. Colon-Deliote, MA, MS, Adjunct Professor at Hunter College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in education.
Since a young age, Ms. Colon-Deliote always had a desire to share her knowledge with others around her. From originally simply playing school with her friends, she was eventually encouraged by her teachers to tutor her peers. She deeply enjoyed helping people come to understand certain terms and concepts and knew a career in education was in her future. In 1991, she received a Bachelor of Arts from John Jay College of Criminal Justice before going on to achieve a Master of Arts in health services from Central Michigan University in 1997. In addition, she earned a Master of Arts from Long Island University in 2001 and a Master of Science in education and psychology from Touro College in 2007. Ms. Colon-Deliote is now a certified and licensed educator up to the university level, as well as in special education.
Notably serving the New York City Department of Education for 13 years, Ms. Colon-Deliote commenced her official retirement in 2016. However, she has continued to offer her expertise as an adjunct professor of undergraduate education courses and student teaching supervision at Hunter College since 2015. Likewise, since 2015, she has been a self-employed educator of the private sector dedicated to tutoring students ranging from kindergarteners to seventh graders. Ms. Colon-Deliote attributes her vast career success to perseverance, along with her bilingual abilities. In five years’ time, she hopes to grow a private education facility and obtain her doctoral degree. Presently, Ms. Colon-Deliote maintains affiliation with the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and Church of Latter-Day Saints.
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