Patricia Vaughan-Brogan

Patricia Vaughan-Brogan

Visiting Assistant Professor (clinical)
Educational Leadership
 
Education:
EdD, University of Rochester (educational administration)
MS, Syracuse University (learning disabilities)
Advanced Certificate, Syracuse University (educational administration)


Patricia Vaughan-Brogan is currently the director of student services for the Pittsford Central School District, where she has worked since 2002. Vaughan-Brogan’s extensive career, both locally and in Ohio, has focused on special education, including serving as a director of special education, assistant superintendent, and director of family & community supports. 

Over the past four years, she has taught courses at Wanrer as an adjunct. Among notable accomplishments in her current role include the development of the ROCKidsCONNECT partnership with the Urban Choice Charter School and RochesterKids, a non-profit agency that supports relationship building between suburban and urban youth through school exchanges and community work. Vaughan-Brogan will transition to full-time assistant professor at Warner in May 2021.  


Courses
EDU407 Curricular and Instructional Leadership
EDU468 Data-Driven School Improvement
ED469 Leadership and Organizational Dynamics
EDF498 Supervised Internship in Educational Administration (variable credits)