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Mr. Jeynes is Executive Director of Lausanne Learning with the mission of Engage Students; Empower Teachers; Transform Schools.
Mr. Jeynes has had a long career as administrator, writer, and consultant. Before becoming a consultant, he had a 26-year career in independent education including:
From 2003 - 2017, Mr. Jeynes was a Senior Consultant for Independent School Management (ISM), an international research based consulting company. In that context, he worked in five countries and over 200 schools, leading conversations around strategic planning, financial planning, scheduling, faculty culture and strategic academic planning, and school performance analysis. He was also a lead writer and author for ISM.
He continues to keynotes and speak at educational conferences including PNAIS, ERB, VAIS, AMS, CASE (2010, 2016 Stellar Speaker), ISAS, NJAIS, ACSI, CAIS, AISNE, NCAIS, ASB Un-Plugged, SAES, FCIS, CSI, Laptop Institute, CBOA, LEA
Simon earned his MA from the University of Oxford (School of Modern History), his BEd (Hons.) from the University of Lethbridge, and his MEd (Educational Leadership) from Concordia University. As a believer in life-long learning, he:
Mr. Jeynes is married with four children, a dog, cat, and two birds. He is delighted that two of his children are now at university.
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Seth Burgess is the director of the Lausanne Learning Institute, a professional development non-profit that organizes teacher conferences on student centered learning strategies. Seth grew up in Alabama, the oldest son in a family of teachers, where he developed his first love, Crimson Tide football, after meeting Coach Bear Bryant during a home football game. He pursued his love for writing while at Baylor University, which led to a short career in journalism. However, the early days of the Internet beckoned, and Seth worked and developed projects with early dot-coms in Austin, Texas during the innovative days of Web 1.0.
After completing his MA in Critical Theory at the University of Alabama, Seth followed his family’s DNA and began teaching, leading to a fellowship at the University of Alabama's Blount Scholar's Program, ESL coordinator at Korea Polytechnic University in South Korea, and humanities director at a Tri-City Collegiate Prep in Prescott, Arizona.
During his first visit to Lausanne, he knew this was a school with vision and ability, and is proud every day to have the chance to work with such an amazing group of thought leaders.
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