Dean of Students, New Yorkkaty.firstname.lastname@example.org ext 0807
Katy Nowiszewski is an educator with over 12 years of experience in counseling, admissions, curriculum design, and teaching. She was raised in New England and fell in love with education and New York City while pursuing her BA in History at Barnard College, where she was an Athena Fellow for Leadership Studies. She started her career as a researcher on college admissions, which led her to Thessaloniki, Greece as international university counselor and to Lewiston, Maine as an admissions officer for Bates College. She spent her graduate program focusing on student development and success in higher education. In 2016, she returned to NYC where she taught and was a Director of College Counseling at Title I schools in the South Bronx and East Harlem. Katy’s counseling practice is guided by a strong personal mission of access, equity, and social justice for marginalized groups, young women, and recent migrants. She serves as a member of the counselor advisory board at the American University of Paris, and has sat on the advisory committee for University of Chicago’s “Stand Together” campaign. She has been a member of the Coming Together Conference planning committee and has been a panelist and guest speaker for NACAC, NYSACAC, and through Barnard College’s Alumnae programs. She served as the counselor advisor for the #DegreesNYC campaign for the NYC Department of Education during the 2020-21 school year. She is a member of NACAC, NYSACAC, CANNY, NPEA, and CACNY and holds a Certificate of International School Counseling from the Principals’ Training Center in addition to her BA from Barnard College and her Ed.M from Harvard University.