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Gregory Stowell

Senior Associate

Dr. Greg Stowell is a seasoned educator with a rich background spanning over two decades in the field of education. His career includes extensive experience in elementary education as a special educator and later as an administrative leader both at the building and district level.

As current Assistant Superintendent who has served both Putnam and Westchester County districts in New York, Dr. Stowell’s experience spans a diverse range of areas, including human resources, equity, inclusion and diversity, transportation, school finance, budget preparation, policy development, capital project supervision, Board of Education relations, and facilities and operations. 

For the past 20 years, Dr. Stowell has held pivotal leadership roles, demonstrating a profound commitment to enhancing educational institutions. In his capacity as both a building-level and central office administrator, he has overseen crucial district functions, including technology, pupil personnel, clinical services, nursing, intervention services, therapeutic programming, and district safety, and security. Additionally, Dr. Stowell has provided professional development for staff and administrators, focusing on key areas such as instruction, assessment, social-emotional learning, special education, and leadership. His passion is to provide unique, innovative, and comfortable learning environments that engage students and fosters social/emotional and academic growth, which is critical in educating the whole child.  

Dr. Stowell holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Special Education from SUNY Geneseo, a Master of Science in School Administration and Supervision, and a Doctorate of Professional Studies in Informational Technology for Educational Leaders, both from Pace University. 

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