Director, Academic Services
Prior to his position at GEG, Torsie spent 15 years in independent schools in a number of administrative and academic positions. He grew up in Durham, NC and graduated from Durham Academy. Torsie has a B.S. in Business Administration from NC Wesleyan College and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Manhattanville College. He started his career in education at his alma mater, Durham Academy where he served as a middle school teacher, coach, advisor and eventually the Associate Director of Admissions and Diversity Coordinator. After nine years at Durham Academy, Torsie relocated to the area to work at Rye Country Day School as the Director of Financial Aid and Assistant Director of Admissions. After four years at Rye Country Day, Torsie spent two years as the Director of Community and Diversity at The Town School, where he provided senior strategic leadership for diversity and service learning programs and ensured the academic, social and emotional needs of students were met.
Torsie has served on multiple non-profit boards, school accreditation teams for the New York Association of Independent Schools and completed the National Association of Independent School’s Fellowship for Aspiring Heads of School. He believes in the diversity of learners and strives to help every student reach his or her academic potential.
Founder and Executive Director, Greenwich Education Group
Co-Director, Day and Boarding School Advisory Services
Vicky founded Greenwich Education Group (GEG) in 2003 and is the Executive Director of all GEG divisions. She is an educational consultant and co-director of Independent Day and Boarding School Advisory Services. Vicky began her educational career as a teacher in the Stamford Public Schools and then went onto teach in the Greenwich Public School System. She has been trained by the Orton-Gillingham Institute for Multi-Sensory Education, Windward Teacher Training Institute, and by Wright Group/McGraw Hill in Everyday Math instruction. She is deeply knowledgeable about the academic curriculum in both the public and private school arenas.
Vicky grew up in Manhattan and Westport, Connecticut, and graduated from the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, New York. After earning her B.S. from Syracuse University School of Education, Vicky received her Master's Degree and wrote a thesis on differentiation of instruction at the elementary school level while interning in the Stamford Public Schools. Vicky holds a Connecticut Professional Teachers' Certificate and is a member of IECA, ERB, and the SSATB.
Vicky and her team have expanded the services that Greenwich Education Group offers to ensure that the individual needs of each and every student are met. This led to Vicky founding 3 Independent Day Schools under the Greenwich Education Group umbrella to address the needs and learning styles of each individual student. Many of the services Greenwich Education Group provides have grown out of a need in the community. She strongly believes that while each child's learning style and educational growth of students and is different; there is an appropriate educational match for every student. In her spare time, Vicky loves to travel, exercise, read, and watch TED Conference videos. She lives in Greenwich with her two daughters, husband Peter, and two dogs.
Director of Marketing and Public Schools Outreach
Sue Moretti Rogers is Director of Marketing and Public Schools Outreach at Greenwich Education Group. Sue leverages her experience and network of relationships within the Greenwich Public Schools community to promote GEG's services and to assist parents and students navigate the school system.
Sue has held numerous Greenwich PTA leadership positions. A ten-year member of Greenwich PTA Council, she was PTA President at Glenville School, a member of the PTA Council Executive Board, and most recently, Council President. She served on the Greenwich High School PTA Executive Board and on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut State PTA. Sue served as the Fundraising Chair for the Greenwich Alliance for Education and is a 13 year member of the Junior League of Greenwich, where she currently serves as President. Sue received the League's Leadership Excellence Award and Alexandra Compton Award for her community involvement. In November 2010, she was the recipient of Moffly Media's Best Friend to Children award and in 2015 received the Greenwich YWCA Spirit of Greenwich Award.
Sue attended Gettysburg College and has a BA in English. Prior to joining GEG, she was the education contributor for Greenwich Patch for two years.