He has more than 35 years of clinical and executive leadership experience in the areas of special education, rehabilitation, and developmental disabilities, and is a strong advocate for people with handicapping conditions. Dr. Bittel has taught on the primary, secondary, college, and graduate school levels, holding several faculty positions including adjunct faculty at the University of Massachusetts School of Public Health. Dr. Bittel has served on several not for profit boards and in 2013 was elected the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the American International College. Dr. Bittel has presented widely on topics in both education and healthcare and is the author of several articles and co-editor of Transforming Special Education Practices: A Primer for School Administrators and Policy Makers, (R&L Education, 2012). He holds a master’s degree in history and a master’s degree in communication disorders as well as a doctorate in educational management. Dr. Bittel is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Along with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Dr. Bittel received an honorary doctorate from the American International College in 2010 for their healthcare work in South Africa.
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