Dr. Joan Bailey
Vice President for Mission & Identity
Dr. Joan Bailey, Vice President for Mission & Identity, has been with The College of New Rochelle since 1975. She joined DC-37 Campus of the School of New Resources at The College of New Rochelle as Assistant Director and was promoted to Associate Director in 1978. In 1983 she was appointed Campus Director of the New Rochelle Campus of The School of New Resources. In 1985 she was appointed assistant vice president for academic affairs and was promoted to associate vice president in 1990. She regularly taught humanities and philosophy in the School of New Resources during this time.
She was named Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences in 1995 and in 1997 was appointed Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, the chief academic officer of the College.
After ten years, Joan stepped away from that role and became Assistant to the President for Mission & Identity in 2007. In 2010 she rejoined the College’s Executive Team as Vice President for Mission & Identity.
Dr. Bailey has a bachelor of arts degree from Chatham College, and a master of arts, master of philosophy, and doctor of philosophy from Yale University. She also has a labor studies certificate from Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations.