Jamie Edward Ciofalo, MA Owner/Founder
New Jersey Department of Education Certifications
School Administrator, K-12
School Business Administrator, K-12
Director of School Counseling Services, K-12
Student Personnel Services, K-12
Teacher of the Handicapped, K-12
Teacher of Elementary Education, K-12
Teacher of Psychology, K-12
Affirmative Action Officer
Bullying Prevention Expert
Child Protection and Permanency Compliance
Culture & Climate Expert
Crisis Intervention Team Supervision
Grant Writing and Coordination
Innovative Program Development
Master Schedule Development
McKinney-Vento Education Program Compliance
Postsecondary Planning Coordination
Professional Development Coordination and Provider
School Counseling Program Supervision
School Health & Safety Program Supervision
Section 504 Officer
Special Education Supervision
Structured Learning Experience Coordination
Title IX Officer
Innovations in Special Education Award
New Jersey School Boards Association
National Civic Star Award (NJ)
American Association of School Administrators
Kate Ecke, MSW, LCSW
Kate Ecke is a social worker, author and professional speaker on relational bullying. Kate authored two books; Ugly: The Story of a Bullied Girl and TORMENTED. She travels all over the country to speak at schools and has spoken at three national conferences on bullying. Kate has spoken to over 15,000 students, educators, and law enforcement personnel.
Kate holds a Bachelors Degree in Social Work from Alvernia University and a Masters Degree in Social Work from the Richard Stockton College of NJ.
Kate suffered for six years at the hands of her peers as a victim of bullying. She was harassed, humiliated, and physically assaulted. She was the subject of vicious rumors, exclusion, and was cyberbullied.
Kate’s speeches are real, honest, and eye-opening. Kate describes her experiences as a victim of bullying in vivid detail and leaves her viewers stunned. The bullying Kate endured was vicious, cruel, and left lasting scars.
Kate has turned her trauma in to activism in hopes that no child will ever have to endure what she once did.