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Alexandra Anormaliza started her career in public education as a high school teacher in 1992.  She served as founding principal of The International High School at Prospect Heights in Brooklyn from 2004 to 2010.  Most recently, Alexandra was the Executive Director for the Office of Instructional Support, where she oversaw the development of yearly citywide instructional expectations and the implementation of aligned citywide professional learning experiences, and the inaugural leader for the Progressive Redesign Opportunity for Schools of Excellence (PROSE) program, which seeks to provide schools with flexibility to implement innovative strategies outside of existing union rules and Chancellor’s Regulations.  Alexandra is a graduate of New York City public schools and the City University of New York.  She was a member of the first cohort of the New York City Leadership Academy.  
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Christopher Tricarico has nearly 20 years of experience in the New York City public school system.  He started his career in 1996 as an Elementary School Teacher, later becoming the assistant principal of P.S. 274 in District 32 and Principal of P.S. 75, also in District 32. He has also served as a network coach, cluster chief accountability officer, and deputy cluster leader, where he oversaw and supported 10 networks and more than 250 schools. Most recently, Christopher was the Executive Director for the Office of Renewal Schools, where he oversaw the development of the Renewal School Initiative.   Christopher is also a graduate of New York City public schools and the City University of New York.  
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Adrianne Mittan
Adrianne Mittan started her career with the NYCDOE in May 2006. She started working as a school business manager at Public School 166 where she handled Galaxy, FAMIS, Payroll, and ATS. In 2008, Adrianne went on to work for Empowerment Network 1 and then Children First Network 109. In 2012, Adrianne became the HR Director for the newly formed phase-out network. She supported 59 schools in all aspects of school life from data and compliance, HR and payroll, to academic policy and specialized support. In 2014, Adrianne was hired as the Director of Operations for CFN 571–Teaching Matters. In this new capacity, Adrianne took a lead in HR, payroll, budget and academic policy. With a BA from NYU in Archaeology and Political Science and a MPA in Human Resources from John Jay College, Adrianne has combined her experience in the DOE with her diverse skills to become the new Senior Manager for HR and Finance with the Affinity Schools. 
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Download this searchable spreadsheet to see your school's contacts at your District Office and Borough Field Support Center:  https://portal.nycenet.edu/NR/rdonlyres/B72FA5A0-1407-4947-AF4F-4EA7DD462FA5/0/SchoolContacts28Jul15.xlsx

Danielle Kolker
Danielle always knew she wanted to work in public education, and she initially started out as a teacher.  She worked in the Central budget office for five years, where she helped roll out Galaxy and led trainings for district office operations staff.  She was the Education Program Officer at MetLife Foundation and managed a family literacy program in District 15 before returning to school support operations in 2009.  She has worked with a variety of schools, including members of the Consortium and the FHI and CUNY partnership support organizations.  Danielle majored in History and English at Oberlin College and received a Master’s in Public Administration from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.  She is the proud mom of two NYC public school boys, a 7th grader and a 10th grader.
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Camielle Forbes
Camielle has extensive business and operations knowledge.  She has been a budget lead providing valuable support to schools. Prior to joining the Affinity Group Field Support Center, she supported Urban Assembly schools in budget and business operations.
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Nick Elkins
Nick Elkins currently serves as a Procurement Specialist for the Affinity Team. He joined the NYC Department of Education after working for three years in Kansas City as an operations manager within the casino industry. Prior to joining the Affinity Team, Nick also supported Network 511 as a Data/IT liaison. He currently holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the State University of New York at Albany.
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Tene Williams
After spending 12 years in corporate marketing, Tene changed careers to pursue opportunities within Human Resources.  She was hired at the DOE as an Employee Development Manager in 2006, then worked in various roles within the Division of Human Resources before becoming a HR Director within CFN 106 in 2011.
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Lisa Teixeira.
Lisa began her career with the DOE 14 years ago in the Committee on Special Education, scheduling testing for referrals, handling cases, and inputting results. She has developed skills in payroll, procurement and budget. Over the last two years, serving as a Deputy Network Leader, she expanded her knowledge base of other functional areas and networking. She works collectively with schools to strategize and resolve issues.  She hails from Staten Island and lives with her husband and their incredibly creative, imaginative, independent, affectionate, fun loving toddler. 
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Angela White.
Angela has several years of experience within the DOE supporting schools. She is an expert in procurement, and is proficient in budget and business operations.  Prior to joining the Affinity Group Field Support Center, she supported CFN 535 in the PSO structure in procurement. In addition, she provides training to staff and school personnel.
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