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“Sit with those who you are leading, so that when you stand...you stand together.” - Quintin Shepherd
Crisis brings about inevitable change, and that's why so many education leaders are working overtime to figure out the next steps for their staff, students and communities.
Whether you're planning distance learning, prioritizing a budget, starting a conversation around mental health or tackling any of the other pressing issues that are brought to the surface during times of crisis, an exchange will help you to build trust and make the right decisions, the right way.
Join us for this virtual event on resilient and connected leadership during crisis, where Sean Chase, Director of Education/CEO of the Holy Trinity Catholic School District, will share his experience using ThoughtExchange.
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Sean Chase is the Director of Education/CEO of the Holy Trinity Catholic School District. He previously worked for the Regina Catholic School District in the roles of classroom teacher, educational technology coach, vice principal, principal and superintendent. He completed his B.Ed. and M.Ed. at the University of Regina and is one course shy of attaining a Certificate of Advanced Leadership from the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business. Sean served 6 years on the LEADS (League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents) Executive, including a term as president. He has worked directly with the United Way Executive and Board, supporting multiple literacy and attendance initiatives. He is also on the board of the Regina Community Basketball Association and has enjoyed countless hours coaching a variety of athletics. His wife, Sherry, is an educator, and their two sons are currently pursuing post-secondary studies. He is a travel, golf, and fitness enthusiast.
Kai is naturally fascinated by “why” and “how” people do the things they do! This curiosity manifested in a diverse background that includes project development, client engagement and sales. Kai studied Anthropology at McGill University and has worked on projects with the Smithsonian & United Nations, assisted with education marketing campaigns and led sales for a local food agency. Motivated by creativity and connection, when Kai is not riding the ThoughtExchange rocket ship, she is most likely drawing, jumping around the globe, doing yoga or spending as much time in water as possible!