Belinda Carberry

Belinda’s 44 years as an educator began with a five-year stint at a junior high school in Baltimore, followed by a long and distinguished career in Connecticut. In New Haven, she taught in Richard C. Lee and James Hillhouse high schools and Sheridan Middle School. She served as principal of Isadore Wexler Elementary School, King/Robinson International Baccalaureate Magnet School, the Polly T. McCabe Center, and Barnard Environmental Studies Magnet School; all in New Haven; as well as in Bloomfield High School. She was an administrator at James Hillhouse High School and an adjunct professor at Southern Connecticut State University’s Parents as Partners in Education, program.

Belinda Carberry earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Morgan State College (Baltimore, Md.); a master’s degree in Secondary School Administration from Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, Md.); a 6th year diploma of Advanced Studies, Supervision and Administration, from Southern Connecticut State University; and a doctoral degree in Education from Columbia University, New York City.