1971 Western Avenue, PMB 104
Albany, NY 12203
FAX (518) 456-0561
Retired Poughkeepsie PD
Liz is an instructor of Juvenile Laws and Procedures, Status Offenders, School Safety Officer/School Monitor training and Schools and Security Assessment. She has been with the SNYPJOA since the organization was founded, and has had a major role in developing the J.A.B. Handbook, and all of the Basic, Advanced, and SRO programs. .
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Dr. Lisa Patierne, PhD.
Principal, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School
Success Principles Trainer, Coach, Transformational Leader
Dr. Lisa Patierne received her doctorate in leadership from Sage College of Albany, writing her dissertation in active shooters. She has partnered with various police agencies and has had various trainings with Homeland Security.
Lisa has been a transformational leader for over 15 years leading many teams that have brought innovative and creative change to the organizations.
As an educator for 26 years, Dr. Patierne, is the principal of Ravena Coeymans Selkirk High school. She has recently been mentored by Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup for the Soul and Success Principles. Graduating from Canfield Training in September 2018, she is a nationally certified transformational leader, speaker, and success coach.
Dr. Patierne is also certified in the Barrett Values Leadership model that utilizes Cultural Transformation Tools which measure what truly matters for success in schools, organizations, or departments.
Keith currently serves as a correctional facility specialist with the New York State Commission of Correction (SCOC). He is responsible for administering all compliance monitoring activities performed by SCOC field staff as part of New York’s conformity with the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven
New York State Commission of Corrections
Keith currently serves as a correctional facility specialist with the New York State Commission of Correction (SCOC). He is responsible for administering all compliance monitoring activities performed by SCOC field staff as part of New York’s conformity with the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act. He has been a member and Consultant for over 10 years