Dr. Michael Falotico
Dr. Falotico earned a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology. His extensive higher education portfolio includes nine years of service at Argosy University, where he held a variety of administrative and leadership roles.
As Group Vice President, Dr. Falotico was responsible for the quality programming, operational effectiveness, human resource development and expansion of 10 campus locations. He also held these responsibilities as Campus President while managing the expansion of Argosy University’s Atlanta and Chicago campuses.
Dr. Falotico also served as Vice President of Academic Operations and Student Services at Argosy University and was responsible for the delivery of student service programming and for the implementation of academic programs across 19 locations. As Program Chair, he led undergraduate programs in psychology and business, master’s programs in business, and doctoral programs in organizational leadership and business.
Dr. Tiffany Masson
Dr. Tiffany Masson obtained her Doctorate of Psychology in 2002. She completed her post-doctoral training at U.C. Davis’ Children’s Hospital-CAARE Center, and was employed as a staff psychologist by the Cook County Juvenile Court and Northwestern School of Law.
In addition to private practice and scholarship, her portfolio includes nine years of service at The Chicago School, where she has held several academic and operational administrative positions. Her leadership positions have included Department Chair of International Psychology, Executive Director of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the Campus Dean of Online Programs, where she provided oversight and advanced growth for the institution’s highly successful Online Campus.
Most recently, Dr. Masson was appointed Vice President of E-Learning and Global Innovation. In this role, she is responsible for positioning The Chicago School as a national and international leader in technology-based learning. She also provides oversight and strategic direction for the deployment of distance learning programs grounded in best practice methodology; seeks external resources that promote andragogy innovation; and advances e-learning solutions for improved student success.
As a global innovator, Dr. Masson develops and manages international partnerships to expand the institution’s distance education market and continues to focus efforts on specific international human capacity development projects in Africa. In addition, she co-developed a country specific 12-day trauma training program (Global HOPE Training Initiative) that aids teachers in effectively recognizing, assessing, and intervening with traumatized children. Her work in Rwanda and her ability to develop government and private partnerships has proved successful in the expansion of the Global HOPE Training Initiative to Zambia and South Africa.