Ms. Cipriano graduated from Fontbonne in 2013 and is currently in her third year of teaching at FHA.
After leaving Fontbonne, Ms. Cipriano went to St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn, New York where she was Student Government Association President during her senior year. She received a B.A in History and Secondary Education, and completed New York State Certification in Social Studies Grades 5-6, 7-12. In 2019 she completed her M.Ed in Educational Technology and began working on her doctoral degree in Instructional Technology.
Ms. Cipriano was the year coordinator for the class of 2019 and is the current year coordinator for 2022. She has taught Religious Studies to Grade 9 and teaches Economics and Participation in Government for Grade 12. In 2018, she was a coordinator for the Youth Leadership in Dominican Republic where students assisted organizations including DREAM, MUDHA, and Health Horizons International. She also is the the club moderator for FHAs Social Justice Club and is one of the moderators for Women’s Empowerment Club. Ms. Cipriano uses the two clubs to emphasize the need for equality, peace, and acceptance for all.
In her free time, Ms. Cipriano loves to travel, most recently to Alaska. She has also participated in two World Youth Day pilgrimages to see the Pope. The first was in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2013) and the second was in Kraków, Poland (2016). She also enjoys different festivals such as lantern festivals, light festivals, and flower festivals. Ms. Cipriano is also active in Bay Ridge as a parishioner of St. Patrick’s Parish and is on their Pastoral Planning Council.