Ambler resident Gary Bundy, adjunct professor of graduate and professional studies at Cabrini College, was named the College's new director for Graduate Education.
Bundy, who started his new position on July 2, will supervise Cabrini's on-campus and off-campus graduate education programs. His experience in education includes serving as principal at West Chester's Stetson Middle School and Wissahickon's Shady Grove Elementary School, professor at Montgomery County Community College, and consultant in the Race Desegregation Assistance Center at the University of Pittsburgh.
"Bundy's 20 years of experience in education and higher education make him a great fit for Cabrini's new director of Graduate Education," said Dr. Michael Markowitz, dean of the Graduate and Professional Studies program. "We're excited about Gary's leadership qualities, and his familiarity with Cabrini."
Bundy earned a bachelor's degree from West Chester University, a master's degree from Beaver College (now Arcadia University), and a principal certification from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. He can be reached at 610.902.8329 or firstname.lastname@example.org.