Léman Exchange Welcomes Dr. Derrick Gay: Diversity, Inclusion and Global Citizenship Education Consultant
October 30, 2017
All current Léman Parents are invited to the next Léman Exchange on Monday, November 6 for a special parent workshop with Dr. Derrick Gay, Diversity, Inclusion and Global Citizenship Education Consultant.
Will Your Child Be Ready for Success in a Globalized and Multicultural 21st Century?
Broad Street Ballroom
21st century students need to cultivate knowledge, competencies and habits of mind to communicate effectively across difference with respect and compassion. Léman graduates will enter a work force where team work is the norm and collaboration with individuals from different cultural backgrounds is an expectation.
Join Dr. Derrick Gay for an enlightening workshop to learn how you can foster your child's global perspective that will enhance their success in school, career, and informed citizenship.
About Dr. Derrick Gay
Dr. Derrick Gay is an internationally recognized consultant to educational, artistic and philanthropic organizations on issues of diversity, inclusion and global citizenship. He collaborates with education thought leaders to foster empathy, enrich inclusion and cultivate cultural competency. Dr. Gay served as a senior administrator at the Nightingale-Bamford School (NY), was a faculty member at the Groton School (MA), Wilmington Friends (DE) and The Masters School
(NY), and was dean of students at L'Academie de Paris in Paris, France. He is a graduate of Oberlin College, Columbia University, and the University of Pennsylvania where his research explored how social identity mediates the academic and social experience of students in school.