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Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio
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Michael J Sidoti Digital Bio

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  • 1. Welcome to Mike’s Digital Bio
  • 2. Michael J SidotiPast • Present • Future
  • 3. The PastIt all began during those formative yearsMIKE
  • 4. A desire to help others solve problemsI served as Vice President of my highschool senior class
  • 5. On High SchoolGraduation DayThe principal gave me a letter… He wrote:“…that more than any student I’ve seenin my 30 year career, you’ve served as abridge between wildly different groupsof people, solving problems real andimagined.”
  • 6. Mike’s Undergraduate College YearsI was a first generation studentInfluenced to study accounting because it would have the best ROIServed as Vice President of the Institute of ManagementAccountants Student Chapter
  • 7. Graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Business Administration(Accounting)WITH HONORS
  • 8. Right After CollegeI loved studying accounting but my heartwas in teachingSo, I tried it out and taught accountingat a vocational technical high schoolMy passion was to build bridgesfor student success
  • 9. And then I attended graduate school for SocialJustice EducationA Praxis Approach to Learning
  • 10. Developing knowledge andhands-on skills in: Social Justice Foundations Educational equity and access Developing curriculum Teaching and facilitating courses andworkshops Counseling and advising undergraduatestudents Tutoring and advocating for students withlearning disabilitiesI earned a master’s degree ineducation
  • 11. Today, I am a …The PresentHigher education administratorCollege student academic successcoachLearning specialistDisability advocate
  • 12. empoweringstudents tosucceedI develop customized academicsupport services that engage collegestudents in attaining individualized successwhile improving overall satisfactionand retention rates for the universityI have 15 years of progressive hands-on experience
  • 13. Student Testimonial“I know firsthand how vital a positive rolemodel can be. One person of particularinfluence for me was my advisor, Mike Sidoti.Mike and I would meet bi-weekly to strategizeabout upcoming assignments, as well ascreate action plans so that I stayed on top ofmy work.Mike was as much a mentor as an advisor. Inaddition to academic tutoring, he helped megrow as a person.I always stepped out of Mike’s office with myspirits lifted."
  • 14. I also enjoy nurturingmy introverted sideI am a nature enthusiast
  • 15. long walks and hikingswimmingyard workI also enjoy:
  • 16. Yet I enjoy extroverted activities as well:I have presented at nationalconferences on best practices Bridging the Gap from 2 to 4 Year: Top FiveTransition Challenges. San Diego, CA:Association on Higher Education AndDisability, Twenty-ninth AnnualInternational Conference, July 2006 Creating Inclusive Classrooms: IntegratingDisability into Multicultural Education.Seattle, WA: National Association forMulticultural Education, Thirteenth AnnualInternational Conference, November 2003
  • 17. I’ve also developed and taughtundergraduate courses IDS 101. Valuing Diversity. Worcester, MA:Quinsigamond Community College, Spring2005 and Fall 2006 EDSS 011. Race and Culture. Burlington, VT:University of Vermont, Fall 2000 EDUC 395Z. Intergroup Dialogue: ExploringConflicts and Common Ground AmongPeople of Color, Multiracial/ethnic Peopleand White People. Amherst, MA: Universityof Massachusetts, Spring 2000 EDUC 392. Social Issues in Education:Sexism (Fall 1999). Classism (Spring 2000).Amherst, MA: University ofMassachusetts, School of Education
  • 18. And, I was invited to write about myexperience in providing innovativestudent servicesI am published in Pedagogy and StudentServices for Institutional Transformation:Institutional Guidebook for StudentDevelopment Programs and Services. Eds.E. Goff and J. Higbee. Minneapolis:University of Minnesota, 2008. 29-31
  • 19. I consider myself a Work-In-Progress and lifelong learnerI am currently working on an MBA and haveearned 33 credits to dateMy graduate studies in management haveprepared me to integratecontemporary strategies drawn fromcoursework to make abroader, organization-wide impact
  • 20. Let me lead you to excellence with mymulti-skilled, multi-faceted background as aneducator, advisor, administrator, andorganizational leader in higher education.Connect with me on LinkedInhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/michaeljsidotiFollow me on Twitter@MichaelJSidotiThe Future

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