Stephen N. Katsouros, S.J., Ed.D.
Assistant Professor, Catholic Educational Leadership Program, Director, Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership
Fr. Katsouros has a strong background in private and Jesuit
education and served as president of New York's Loyola
School for nine years. He has taught on the middle school, high
school, and college level and has worked in various administrative
positions. Fr. Katsouros earned his master's degree in
administration at Harvard University and his doctorate in education
from Teacher's College at Columbia University where his
research focused on the characteristics of effective,
high-performing boards of trustees. He entered the Society of Jesus
in 1987 and was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1998. Since ordination,
Fr. Katsouros has been assigned to many leadership positions and
has served on several boards, including serving as president of the
Guild of Independent Schools of New York City.
Ed.D., Educational Administration, Teachers College, Columbia University, NY
Ed.M., Organizational Leadership, Harvard University
M.Div., Weston Jesuit School of Theology
M.A., Philosophy, Loyola University, Chicago, IL
M.S., Reading, Fordham University, New York
B.A., English, University of Maryland, College Park
Leadership; governance; institutional performance.