Hosted By: The Logan School for Creative Learning
Date: March 20, 2010
Keynote: Dr. Chuck Luna
Dr. Chuck Luna is a national trainer and consultant who has provided intercultural competency skills training throughout the United States. He has extensive experience as an educator at the elementary, junior high and high school levels, as a middle school counselor and as both a high school principal and assistant principal. Dr. Luna received his Bachelor's Degree in Modern Languages and his Master of Arts Degree in Educational Administration from Colorado State University. He received his Doctor of Education Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Luna was a professor of educational leadership at Colorado State University for five years where he engaged in research and organizational restructuring. In January, 1992, the Center for Peak Performing Schools released Dr. Luna's video entitled Building Championship Schools . Dr. Luna is a past executive director of the Colorado Hispanic Institute and past Director of the Diversity and Equity Office for the Boulder, Colorado School District. He has provided work- shops on intercultural skillfulness and leadership for Sears & Company, American Nurses Association in Washington, D.C., the Denver Mental Health Corporation, county government employees, and realtors. He has also been a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, and teacher educator on cultural skillfulness for school districts and universities throughout Colorado and the United States. Dr. Luna is currently an adjunct faculty member with Regis University and co-director of the Rocky Mountain Intercultural Institute.
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