GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich Education Group has appointed Torsie Judkins as the director of academic services.
Judkins brings more than15 years of experience working in private secondary school administration.
“We are proud to have someone with such vast experience and talent join us. Torsie has a long track record of success in a wide variety of roles in private school administration," said Vicky Newman, founder and executive director of GEG.
"His focus on understanding the diverse needs and strengths of students and his passion to help them reach their academic potential aligns perfectly with the mission and goals of Greenwich Education Group."
Before joining GEG, Judkins was director of community and diversity at The Town School, where he provided strategic leadership for diversity programs as well as ensuring that the academic, social and emotional needs of students were met.
And before The Town School, Judkins was director of financial aid and assistant director of admissions at Rye Country Day School. In addition to his administrative responsibilities, he worked directly with students as an adviser and coach. He started his career in education at his alma mater, Durham Academy, where he served as a middle school teacher, coach, advisor and eventually the associate director of admissions and diversity coordinator.
Judkins has also served on multiple nonprofit boards as well as school accreditation teams for the New York Association of Independent Schools. He holds a bachelor's in business administration from North Carolina Wesleyan College, a master's of professional studies in educational leadership from Manhattanville College and completed the National Association of Independent Schools’ Fellowship for Aspiring Heads of School.
Greenwich Education Group is a multi-division organization focusing on every facet of a child’s academic development and success. Its divisions include academic tutoring -- in-home and at the center, standardized test preparation, education consulting, specialized learning services, transition programs and three accredited schools, which focus on the special needs of their student populations: Beacon, Pinnacle and the Spire School.
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