Julie Norflus-Good is a seasoned general and special educator, school district administrator, college administrator, child study team director, director of pupil personnel services, language coordinator, teacher trainer. She was also a Director of Professional Development and Private Consultant for large educational publishing companies.
She earned her Ed.D. and MEd in Administration and Supervision from Columbia University, Teachers College, her M.A. in Special Education from Columbia University, Teachers College and her B.A. in Elementary Education and Studio Art from Hunter College, CUNY. She has worked in both New York City, New York State and New Jersey.
Dr. Norflus-Good joined Ramapo College in 2010 and designed and now directs the Master in Special Education (MASE). In addition to directing the program she mentors students, teaches both undergraduate and graduate classes, supervises student teachers and assists with student research projects. She is a member of Graduate Council, Office of Specialized Services (OSS) and other college wide committees.
Dr. Norflus-Good is also the President of the New Jersey Council for Exceptional Children, CAAN coordinator, Conference Coordinator and Representative Assembly member. In addition, she has worked with the Pioneers Division to complete research on the State of the Profession in Special Education.
Dr. Norflus-Good is a member of various New Jersey Department of Education committees and task forces; Member of the New Jersey Department Office of Special Education Stakeholders Advisory Group, Strengthening Gifted & Talented Education Advisory Committee SGTEAC, Working with Office of School Preparedness & Emergency, Perkins V Stakeholder Engagement Task Force, Member of the New Jersey School Health and Climate Coalition (NJSHACC). In addition, she is also a member of the Association of Math Teachers for New Jersey and serves as the Special Education Liaison.
Dr. Norflus-Good is a well sought out presenter and consultant.
She enjoys reading, gardening and spending time with her family and friends especially her two children, Mollie and Benjamin.