Dr. Anthony Cammilleri
Dr. Cammilleri is a Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst, as well as a Licensed Special Education Administration, who holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Western New England College, a master’s degree in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas, and a doctoral degree in Development and Child Psychology from the University of Kansas. While completing his graduate studies, he served as the Principal of Century School in Lawrence, KS. Upon graduation, he served as a Behavior Analyst for the Somerset Hills Learning Institute in Far Hills, NJ. For the next 10 years, Dr. Cammilleri served as the Director of the Jane Justin School in Fort Worth, TX. In 2011, he was recognized by the Fort Worth Business Press as a member of the 40 Under 40 class of community leaders.
As President and Chief Executive Officer of Crossroads School, Dr. Cammilleri oversees the clinical and educational aspects of the program, as well as guides the administrative team. He specializes in the design of individualized curriculum sequences, the use of measurement systems to assess the effectiveness of those sequences, and in the staff training required for the implementation of both. In an effort to give back to the community, he has published his research in a variety of behavior analytic journals.
In addition to serving as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Crossroads School, Dr. Cammilleri also serves on the Board of the Massachusetts Association of Approved Private Schools (maaps), chairs the Committee for Professional Development, and is a contributing member of the Committee on Governmental Affairs. Dr. Cammilleri’s board service also extends to the Regis College’s Advisory Boards for the Behavior Analysis Department and the Special Education Department.
Dr. Cammilleri is best known for educational leadership that promotes virtues of citizenship, friendship, and scholarship – the elements of an inclusive community whose members care for their world and one another, and enjoy a lifelong love of learning.
In his free time, Dr. Cammilleri enjoys spending time with his wife, Liz, and their two children, Ellie and Matthew. His two favorite hobbies are cooking and woodworking, which he often shares with friends and colleagues.