Annalise E. Silivanch


Abraham Clark High School, Roselle NJ – ELA Teacher

August 2015 – present

Sole teacher of AP English 12th grade, and honors English 11th grade. Curriculum writer for English 11/12/Philosophy & Debate elective, PD leader for tiered curriculum for honors → AP. Consistently positive classroom observations by administration. Volunteer faculty advisor for nascent Debate Club. Taught online synchronous courses with Schoology, Genesis. Forty hours annually of AP Literature tutoring conferences, online & in-person, 2018-present.

Drew University, Madison NJ – Lecturer in Writing

August 2010 – May 2015

Designed and assessed evolving first-year writing program with three distinct student tiers and a shared core competencies. Coached weekly small group work. Partnered with Drew’s First Year Seminar Program for thematic hybrid coursework. Multi-platform online instruction​ & conferencing.

University of Phoenix, Jersey City, NJ – Instructor/Area Chair for Humanities

September 2005 – May 2015

Led ​online content area meetings​ for faculty, led 20-hour new faculty certification classroom process, conducted faculty observations/evaluations at the Jersey City campus, faculty training, curriculum assessment and recommendations, managed online faculty meetings. Area Chair annual position 2010-2011. Instruction specialties include ​all levels of writing courses​, public speaking, research and college prep courses. ​Host Instructor​ for J.D. Powers & Associates’ classroom observation which resulted in analyst stock recommendation. 

Education for Sustainability Curriculum PD, statewideFacilitator

2005 – 2010

Led PBL-based, student-led workshops for high school students that explored the connection between individual decision-making and larger environmental trends, with follow-up student reflection and assessment. In partnership with Cloud Institute, New York, NY.

Author, Education & Environment

●  Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure​ (Aug. 2010)
●  Essential Careers​ (Jan. 2010)
●  Making the Right College Choice​ (Jan. 2010)

Other credits: McSweeney’s, Yankee, NJ-based news publications, Journal of New Jersey Poets

Editor, New York, NY, Business Travel News


Managed business and managed online and print news and publications ​for international B2B corporate travel industry​. Managed newsletter’s transition from print/ online product to exclusively online. ​Organized international travel reporting, tracking industry shifts before and after 9/11’s impact on corporate travel. 


Monmouth University – Teaching Certification

Received August 2016

Sarah Lawrence College – MFA in Poetry

December 1999

Rutgers University – BA in English

May 1995


Outstanding Faculty Award, 2010

Student Feedback Award, 2015

Evelyn Hamilton Award in Poetry, Rutgers University 

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