Sendy Alcidonis, Learning & Development Manager

Sendy has more than 10 years’ experience working in a variety of settings as an administrator, researcher, trainer and university instructor.  Sendy has been actively involved with all elements of program coordination and management at every stage of development. Sendy has extensive grant writing experience. She is deeply committed to examining the critical social issues of the 21st century with other learners. Sendy has experience conducting quantitative and qualitative research in collaboration with immigrant communities, health care workers and students from historically under-represented groups. As Training Manager, Sendy is responsible for leading and managing the design, development and delivery of the Institute’s training products and services. Sendy has earned degrees from West Chester University of Pennsylvania and University of Delaware. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Geography & Urban Studies at Temple University