Director of Disability Services and Adjunct Instructor of Social Sciences
Dr. Alisha McCorvey is the director of Disability Services at the Mount. In her role, she acts as a resource for students, faculty, and staff who need assistance in addressing disability issues and concerns. She oversees the dissemination of Mount Saint Mary College’s academic and non-academic campus accommodations (including temporary disabilities), assists students in communicating needs to faculty and staff, and works collaboratively with other departments to resolve any concerns related to disability needs that may arise.
In addition to her work as director, she is also an adjunct professor in the Division of Social Sciences. She has a Doctorate in Education from Fordham University’s Division of Educational Leadership, Administration and Policy, in Educational Leadership, an Advanced Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Bank Street College of Education, a Master of Social Work from Marywood University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Social Work from SUNY, College at New Paltz. Prior to her work at the Mount, she spent 18 years as a school social worker and 6 years as a principal and as an Administrator of Special Education in K-12 districts.
Alisha is married with two girls, Madison and Morgan, who are in middle school. She has two bunnies, one guinea pig, two parakeets, and one dog, her baby Penelope. She loves to interior decorate, build things with power tools, sew, craft, and refinish furniture.