Director, Global Programs
1 Washington Place
BA, Economics, Boston College, 2004; MS, Teaching, Pace University, 2006; MPA, Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, NYU Wagner, 2013
Originally from the Finger Lakes region of New York, Conor joined Gallatin after more than ten years of service in the NYU Office of Global Programs where he served in positions of progressive leadership. Conor was inspired to work in international education after studying abroad for a year at the London School of Economics as an undergraduate, and later spending a year teaching at a secondary school in southern Malawi. Prior to Malawi, Conor taught for two years in NYC public schools as a NYC Teaching Fellow. Outside of the office, Conor is an activist and volunteer for multiple organizations working for criminal justice reform.