BA Columbia University,
MA Teachers College
MA Criminal Justice from John Jay College.
Adrian Bordoni has been an educator for over 17 years working as a high school teacher, school dean and instructor for community groups. He has been a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, for six years, teaching Ethnic Studies. In addition, he teaches Criminal Justice and Criminology at Queensborough Community College.
Adrian Bordoni has a Bachelor’s in History from Columbia University, a Masters in International Education from Teachers College and a Masters in Criminal Justice from John Jay College. He is a certified conflict resolution specialist and a certified gang specialist, having presented dozens of conferences and training workshops for law enforcement, community groups, government agencies and students from 2nd grade to college.
His volunteer work includes training community members and former offenders in the Alternatives to Violence Project Curriculum; he has worked as a volunteer Auxiliary Police Officer in the Bronx for 4 years. In addition, he has worked with elected officials, faith leaders and community based organizations to create conferences, cultural festivals and health fairs. His hobbies include managing political campaigns for community leaders, learning languages and training Sicilian Mastiffs and German Shepherds.