Ted Mancini has served as a teacher and school leader for over 30 years. He is currently the Principal of Aquinas Institute of Rochester, a position he has held since 2011. His work in education and leadership has led to presenting workshops on best practices and servant leadership for St. John Fisher University, St. John’s University, the New York State Coalition of Independent and Religious Schools, and the National Catholic Educational Association. He holds a Master of Science in Leadership and a Certificate in non-public school administration from the University of Rochester, Warner School of Education, and permanent certification from New York State in school district administration. Ted has served as a mentor for school leadership interns from the University of Notre Dame, and for the University of Rochester Educational Leadership program. He is the current President of the Catholic School Administrators Association of New York State (CSAANYS), serves as the liaison for non-public schools in Monroe County, and has served on several boards for educational non-profits.