Dr. Lisa Gioe
Dr. Lisa Gioe is a Senior Academic Facilitator for REACH and is available to work with potential clients. As a SAF, Lisa works directly with REACH clients to provide face-to-face, electronic, and phone consultation aligned to leadership development and school improvement efforts.
Dr. Lisa Gioe has been a public school teacher, staff developer and administrator for 21 years. A product of the CUNY schools, Dr. Gioe completed her Bachelors of Science and her first Master’s degree at Brooklyn College. She completed her second Master’s degree at the City College of NY. She is the founding Principal of the Math and Science Exploratory School, a middle school in Boerum Hill Brooklyn which opened fall 2003. Dr. Gioe developed the middle school ASD Nest program in 2006 for students on the Autism Spectrum, which is now replicated in middle schools citywide. She received the Blackboard Award, “Best Middle School in Brooklyn” and in 2008 was awarded a Cahn Fellowship designed by Teachers College to recognize outstanding principals. She completed her Doctoral Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University in the spring of 2012.
Dr. Gioe founded Millennium Brooklyn, a high school in Park Slope Brooklyn which opened fall 2011. She was accepted into and completed the Leadership for Educational Achievement Foundation’s Future Superintendents Academy during the 2013-2014 school year. In the spring of 2014, Dr. Gioe was recognized as one of Brooklyn’s “128 Influentials: People Who Matter Right Now” by The New York Observer. In the fall of 2014, she accepted the Blackboard Award, “Best High School in Brooklyn” with her founding faculty. She celebrated her first graduating high school class in June 2015.