Title: Administrative Education Officer
Company: New York State Education Department
Location: Orange, New Jersey, United States
Ardell J. Long-Temple, administrative education officer for the New York State Education Department, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of education.
Having accumulated over two decades of experience, Ms. Long-Temple has excelled as an administrative education officer with the New York State Education Department since 1998, where she oversees various initiatives for the betterment of public education. Adjacent to her primary professional duties, she also remains active as a member of the United Federation of Teachers. Ms. Long-Temple was recently featured as a guest speaker on Blog/Talk/Radio with Butch McAdams, “In and Out of Sports,” in 2022, where she discussed pageantry as a sport and the importance of safeguarding schools as a space for teaching and learning.
As part of her vocational journey, Ms. Long-Temple cultivated her own formal education, ultimately achieving a bachelor’s degree in computer science at Touro College, the New York School of Career and Applied Science Studies. Furthermore, she holds several pertinent certifications, including for domestic violence prevention, school violence prevention and intervention, health and safety issues, and child abduction prevention. Well-regarded for her accomplishments in the field, she was crowned Ms. Women’s New York at the East Coast USA Pageant in 2022. In light of her fulfilling career, Ms. Long-Temple has attributed much of her success to her positive attitude.
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