Diletta "Dee" Masiello has over 20 years experience in Higher Education Administration in areas of program development and management, admissions and recruitment, student and faculty affairs, business development and international programming.Dr.
Diletta "Dee" Masiello has over 20 years experience in Higher Education Administration in areas of program development and management, admissions and recruitment, student and faculty affairs, business development and international programming.
Dr. Masiello is Assistant Dean of Summer Programs and Extended Studies at Boston College where she oversees undergraduate and special programming during the summer term and develops year-round noncredit and executive programming for the Woods College of Advancing Studies. She has held administrative positions at Harvard Medical School, MIT Sloan School of Management, Dean College, and Northeastern University.
She received her doctorate from the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education. The focus of her research was the role of learning and motivation in managing change efforts in support of nontraditional student persistence. She holds a Master of Education from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Massachusetts.
In addition to teaching in the Master of Education Program at Georgetown, Dr. Masiello teaches organizational behavior, strategy and international business at the D’Amore-McKim College of Business at Northeastern University, and organizational behavior and research methods at Boston College. She also serves as a dissertation chair for the Doctor of Education Program at the Graduate School of Education at Northeastern University.
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