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Gail Lambert, Principal

Juanita Fraser, Assistant Principal

Diana Boyer, Assistant Principal

Ms. Juanita Fraser received her BA in English from Brooklyn College.  She continued at Brooklyn College and received her MS in Education, an Advanced Certificate in Guidance and Counseling, and an Advanced Certificate in Administration and Supervision.  Ms. Fraser later earned a certificate in Dispute Resolution from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  Ms. Fraser was an Independent Living Coordinator for pregnant teens in foster care.  She volunteered as a court appointed special advocate servicing children in foster care and as an assistant in a Brooklyn Senator’s office.  She is active at her church, mainly volunteering as a service representative.  The majority of her work experience, however, is with the NYC Department of Education where she is a New York State certified English teacher, guidance counselor, and administrator.  Ms. Fraser has a passion for establishing and enforcing procedure, helping others, and restoring justice.  Most importantly, after serving many years in the NYC Department of Education, she still has a passion for developing the character of young adults and guiding them in their journey to adulthood. 

Ms. Diana Boyer earned her BA at Ithaca College. She earned her MS at the Brooklyn College School of Education. She's a former NYC Teaching Fellow and has worked at BASE since her first year teaching. In fact, this is a picture of Ms. Boyer on the day she interviewed at BASE back in 2006.

Ms. Boyer has taught primarily English Language Arts. She's also dual certified in teaching students with disabilities.  She's been a mentor to new teachers and has worked with Columbia University's Teachers College observing and evaluating teachers.   She focuses on improving instruction and supporting teachers.