Anthony Pacheco, M.Arch., serves as Vice President for Global Programs. He is responsible for the Office of Global Studies, the University’s study abroad program, and The Language Connection, the University’s intensive English program.
Mr. Pacheco came to St. John’s in 2000 and initially served as the Vice President for Facilities and Construction. In that capacity he oversaw the design and construction of several major projects including Donovan Hall and the Belson Soccer Stadium. In 2003, Mr. Pacheco was appointed Vice President and Chief of Staff to the Office of the Executive Vice President. From 2003 through 2011, Mr. Pacheco assisted in the development of the Public Safety Master Plan, the initial phases of the Vincentian Institute for Social Action, the expansion of the Rome campus and the development of the Paris site. In 2010, Mr. Pacheco was appointed to his current position as Vice President for Global Programs.
Prior to his joining St. John’s, Mr. Pacheco served as the Vice President for Administration at Beth Israel Medical Center and, before then, as Vice President for Facilities Management for Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. A Registered Architect, Mr. Pacheco received his B.S. in Architecture from the City College of New York and his master’s of Architecture from Arizona State University. Mr. Pacheco resides in New Jersey with his wife and two sons.