Henry Fiore, Jr.
ADMINISTRATOR AND EXECUTIVE SEARCHES, CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION, INSTITUTIONAL AND SPECIALIZED ASSESSMENTS
Henry Fiore, Jr. is the Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Norwich, CT. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for five schools in his diocese and is an Adjunct Faculty member at Salve Regina University, where he teaches Catholic Identity and Mission as part of their Principal Leadership Certification Program. He also serves on the Diocesan Risk Management Committee and the Uniquely Gifted and Abled Partnership Committee for the Diocese of Norwich.
Prior to this, Henry served as a principal in three successful Catholic schools in the Diocese of Providence, Rhode Island, for twenty-one years, and received the Distinguished Principal of the Year for the Diocese in the 2004-2005 school year. He is also an Autism Spectrum Disorder consultant for schools and parents, and has provided workshops for Catholic school teachers in Rhode Island and Connecticut, and presented nationally at an NCEA Exceptional Learners Conference on teaching techniques for children with Autism and ADHD in our Catholic schools.
He has also served as a freelance writer for Creative Catechist Magazine, submitting articles on multiple intelligences, ADHD, and bullying.
Henry holds a BA in Secondary Education and Italian, an MA in Education from the University of Rhode Island, and extensive post-graduate work at Providence College in elementary school administration and curriculum, school finance, school law, faculty supervision, and other areas of administration. He has also taught Italian and Spanish at the high school level and Italian at the university level.