Denise L. Donohue, Ed.D.

About Denise L. Donohue, Ed.D.

Denise L. Donohue, Ed.D., is Deputy Director of K-12 programs with The Cardinal Newman Society. She has worked in Catholic education since 1994 and serves as a board member of the National Association of Private Catholic and Independent Schools (NAPCIS). Denise has worked as a founder, teacher, administrator, and full-time professor and interim department chair in the field of Catholic education. Denise holds a Masters of Catholic School Leadership (MCSL) from the University of Dallas and her doctorate in Educational Leadership with a minor in Curriculum Development from Nova Southeastern University. She is a certified catechist and holds both a teaching and administrator’s license from the State of Florida.

Praise or Pretense for Catholic Schools?

It’s always nice to know the hard-earned reputation of Catholic schools—from the early struggles of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton to the 1950s, when our schools were bursting at the seams with record enrollments—still lingers today. But if we’re … [Read more...]