Naydeen González-De Jesús, Ph.D.
Vice President of Student Affairs
Vice President of Student Services Naydeen González-De Jesús has worked in student services on the community college level for the past decade.
Dr. González-De Jesús joined Bergen Community College in January of 2013 after serving as Burlington County College’s associate dean of Academic Advisement, Transfer, Special Populations, and the Educational Opportunity Fund since 2009. Prior to her work at Burlington, she was assistant dean of student services at Salem Community College, where she also served as director of a $1.7 million Title III grant through which she established the Center for Student Success. Dr. González-De Jesús began her community college career as a counselor and an assistant professor at the Community College of Philadelphia.
A graduate of Penn State with a bachelor’s of arts degree in journalism, Dr. González-De Jesús earned a master’s degree in student personnel services from Rowan University and a doctorate in industrial organization psychology from Northcentral University.
She is a member of the National Academic Advising Association, a fellow of the National Community College Hispanic Council Mid-Manager Fellows Program, and an institutional representative of NJ ACE Net (New Jersey Women in Higher Education American Council on Education Women’s Network).