Anthony Cedolini, PhD

Anthony Cedolini

Title: Director (Retired)
Company: Educational Associates
Location: San Jose, California, United States

Anthony Cedolini, Retired Director of Educational Associates, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business, entrepreneurship and psychology.

With diverse expertise ranging from psychology to business leadership, Dr. Cedolini has garnered experience in numerous industries throughout his career.  He started as the founding partner of Cienega Valley Vineyards and DeRose Winery (formerly Almaden Vineyards) and as the coordinator of psychological services at Oak Grove School District in 1968. Dr. Cedolini added the positions of assistant director of pupil services in 1977 and of director of pupil services in 1981, but left the district entirely in 1983 in favor of becoming an educational psychologist and director at his private practice, Educational Associates. Although he officially retired in 2017, he remains active as the founding partner of both vineyards.

A respected member of his community, Dr. Cedolini was a partner of the Cypress Center of Educational Psychologists and Consultancy, a co-director of the Biofeedback Institute of Santa Clara County, a program auditor for the California State Department of Education, and a consultant, cofounder and board member of the Lyceum of Santa Clara County. He has shared his expertise in roles such as instructor of the University of California, Santa Cruz and of the La Verne College Extension, guest speaker at San Jose State University, and as a lecturer and presenter in his field. Dr. Cedolini also authored “Passport,” “Occupational Stress and Job Burnout,” “The Effect of Affect,” “A Parent’s Guide to School Readiness,” and numerous articles for professional journals and newspapers. Current civic endeavors include founder of the Nostalgia Vintage Car Museum, member of the Graham Owners Club of California and the Italian American Heritage Foundation, and owner of the Historical Grove Building, as well as a variety of commercial properties.

Dr. Cedolini prepared for his journey by first earning a Bachelor of Arts in 1965 and a Master of Science from San Jose State University in 1968, followed by a PhD in educational psychology from Columbia Pacific University in 1983. Additionally, he completed coursework at the University of San Francisco from 1960 to 1962, and became a licensed educational psychologist, school administrator, school psychologist and counselor, real estate broker, and marriage, family, and child counselor in the state of California.

In his free time, Dr. Cedolini traveling, woodcarving, coin collecting, and wine making, and pursuing his interest in antiques and classic cars.

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