|Title||Instructional Design Specialist|
|Education||M.A., University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla.
B.A., John Carroll University, University Heights, Ohio.
|Inspiration||"Reading Greek and Roman literature. I am amazed at how deeply I can be connected to someone writing 2,500 years ago. It reminds me that we are all part of a larger culture that is living, breathing, and will keep us going beyond our life spans.”|
Dan Schneck, instructional design specialist, is part of Greenleaf’s team that serves USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) training unit. He’s responsible for collaborating with colleagues to design, develop, and deliver materials for OFDA employees’ online and in-person learning experiences.
Previously, Dan worked at the California Department of Social Services, where he oversaw the creation of new training modules from inception through the production. He is fluent in Latin and Greek. He has also taught Latin and chaired the electives department at a prestigious high school.
Dan earned his Master of Arts in classical philology from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla. and his Bachelor of Arts in classical studies and classical languages from John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio.
What inspires Dan? Reading Greek and Roman literature. “I am amazed at how deeply I can be connected to someone writing 2,500 years ago. It reminds me that we are all part of a larger culture that is living, breathing, and will keep us going beyond our life spans.”<<Back to Our Team