Intrepid Innovator Awards | 1 Min Read

All Saints Episcopal School (TX)

Mike Cobb, Head of School, All Saints Episcopal School (TX), and Jason Kern, Assistant Head of School for Innovation and Learning, All Saints Episcopal School (TX)

Flint Hill School (VA)

Debbie Ayers, Upper School Assistant Director and Academic Dean, Flint Hill School (VA)

French American International School of San Francisco (CA)

The OESIS Network honored Lucy Yang, a language teacher at the French American International School of San Francisco with an OESIS Intrepid Innovator Award 2020. Head of School Melinda Bihn, Ed. D. and High School Principal Joel Cohen presented the award. This award recognizes a teacher who has the courage to understand the needs of each student, engages individual students in a context that is comfortable, and makes personal learning a lifelong experience.

Lucy Yang, language teacher, French American International School of San Francisco (CA)

  Miss Porter’s School (CT) 

The OESIS Network honored Eugene Cassidy, History Teacher, Miss Porter’s School (CT)  with an OESIS Intrepid Innovator Award 2020. Tim Quinn, Chief Academic Officer​, presented the award. This award recognizes a teacher who has the courage to understand the needs of each student, engages individual students in a context that is comfortable, and makes personal learning a lifelong experience.

Eugene Cassidy, History Teacher, Miss Porter’s School (CT)

Innovation Ignite

Lynn B. Schramek, currently Director of Digital Content, joined OESIS in 2014 to edit and design learning innovation reports and conference program booklets. Then she began arranging for partners to promote their innovative products and services at conferences and in publications. In 2017 she designed the OESIS-XP platform to bring conference and new webinar content online and began enrolling OESIS Network members in customized faculty professional development portals on Canvas. Over the past few years, she has designed pathway curriculum developed by OESIS Network Leaders for faculty cohorts.Lynn provided PR and publications services as LBS Communications for two decades. Previously, she was Director of Publications and Employee Communications at Corrections Corporation of America, the industry leader in private-sector corrections (where she promoted how programs enabled inmates who wanted to change to find a new lease on life). Before CCA (now known as Core Civic), Lynn served as Public Information Officer at the Ohio Department of Education. As a member of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction's cabinet and executive committee, she collaborated on ways to prevent any student from falling through the cracks.Lynn, who has been a professional communicator since 1976, was selected as Distinguished Communicator of the Year by the Columbus, Ohio, chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators in 1989 after serving as chapter president. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a bachelor's degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations.

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