Dennis Rebelo, Ph.D
Professor of Technology and Leadership at Roger Williams University.
His Ph.D. research study and his supported model for integrating work-life storytelling are internationally recognized.
He is the founding board member and primary Story Creator for The Sports Mind Institute.
“Dr. D’s” calling in life is to serve students to make sense of their life-work path in a positive efficient manner to help increase to likelihood of living an engaged life worth living.
Lives in South Kingstown, RI with his family and his 2 Australian shepherds.
Frank Lehner is an executive coach, facilitator, educator, and designer with a long-standing interest in organizational effectiveness and individual engagement in life and work. His passion has focused on practical applications of storytelling, narrative, and creativity in business, educational, and non-profit settings.
He is the founder of Naridus™ and Principal at StoryPathing™ with the intersecting missions to apply narrative, storytelling, and identity development to: support leadership, transitions, and individual and professional development; promote women’s leadership; facilitate organizational change; and, most recently, guide young-adults as they make their ways through all levels of schooling to the workplace.
He is an award-winning book designer, a published poet, folk artist, playwright. He conducts occasional university classes that explore the changing relationship between the individual, work, and society.
Frank’s teaching and facilitation style is energetic, engaging, animated, a bit unorthodox, and filled with wit and compassion.
He holds a Master’s in Psychology from Duquesne University, and lives in Pittsburgh, Pa. with his wife and their Border Collie/Huskie mix, Mssr. Bârü.