Carrie E. Neal
Director of Academic and Faculty AffairsProfile:
Carrie's career in higher
education administration has included student advising, faculty affairs,
curriculum coordination, designing co-curricular activities and
professional development experiences, residence hall and conference
coordination, crisis management and wellness education. Carrie has a
background in multimedia theater and design, and ten years in higher
As an educator, Carrie spent six seasons with Magic to Do Players
(Westco Productions) creating and directing productions for students
with autism, downs syndrome and other developmental disabilities. She
has taught classes in 2D Design (Manhattanville College), and Stress
Management (SUNY Purchase College) and directed an afterschool program
cultivating leadership development through community engagement (The
Guidance Center, New Rochelle).
As a director, Carrie’s work spans multiple disciplines, and her projects include video projects and multimedia theater projects: Inside Autism, Performative Social Practice, The Perception Helmet Project (NorthFeather Collaborative), Salvaged (AM Productions and Alive Productions for the Philippine Consulate General), Red Pawn (School of Art + Design, SUNY Purchase College).
As a lighting designer and art director she has worked with choreographers Monica Bill Barnes in a repertory solo for dancer Indah Boyle, choreographer Nathan Trice in a repertory solo for Lindsey Fitzmorris, and for both dancers in their own choreographic compositions (School of Dance, SUNY Purchase College), and independent film projects Kill the Dog and Get Home Safe (Imagine Nation Studios) respectively.
MA Media Studies, The New School for Public Engagement; MAT Art
Education, Manhattanville College; BFA Sculpture, SUNY Purchase College