Daniel Palladino is the senior academic advisor and team leader for the technology advisors at Excelsior College. He attended Hartwick College where he completed a bachelor of arts degree with a double major in English and sociology. He also earned a Master of Arts in Organizational Communication at the University at Albany.
Palladino started at Excelsior College in 2000 as an academic advisor in the School of Liberal Arts; he joined the School of Business & Technology in 2007.
Three technology academic advisors have recently joined the advising team: Stephanie Montgomery, Brittain Pallotolo, and Edda Sacco.
Stephanie Montgomery started at Excelsior College on January 4. Prior to joining Excelsior, she worked as assistant director of admissions at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, where she grew to enjoy the higher education environment. Montgomery earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from SUNY Albany and a master’s in communication from The College of Saint Rose.
Brittain Pallotolo joined the College on December 7. Previously, she worked as a school guidance counselor for Northeast Parent & Child Society at The School at Northeast. Pallatolo attended University at Albany where she earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and then attended Sage Graduate School where she attained a master’s in school counseling.
Edda Sacco graduated from the College of Saint Rose with a Master of Science in Education in School Counseling. She also studied English at SUNY Oneonta where she earned a Bachelor of Science with a minor in educational psychology. Prior to coming to Excelsior, she was a medical receptionist/records clerk at a pediatric office.