Scott is the founder and president of Inspired Engagement.
Inspired Engagement was founded to support his desire to have a positive impact on the world and inspire others to do the same by helping them become more of who they already are. Scott combines his skills as a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and a Certified Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator with his over 40 years of organizational and educational leadership experience to help organizations and individuals create significant, sustainable, strengths-based change.
During his 41years as a member of the Phoenix College Faculty, the flagship institution of the Maricopa Community College District in Phoenix, Arizona Scott has served in numerous, appointed and elected, leadership and education roles.
Scott’s education and experience brings a diverse set of skills to support the work of Inspired Engagement.
- B.A.S, Arizona State University
- M. Admin-Leadership, Northern Arizona University.
- Certified Gallup Strengths Coach
- Certified Gallup Strengths Educator
- Certified Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator
- DisC Everything Facilitator
- Interest Based Negotiations Facilitator
- International Chair Academy Facilitator
Scott volunteers as a youth mentor with New Pathways for Youth and, with his therapy dog Maddy, for Gabriel’s Angels and Paws-2-Read, organizations focused on children at risk.
He lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Dianne and their dog Maddy. Scott and Dianne have 3 adult children and one grandchild.
Dr. Debra J. Campbell has been a full-time faculty member in the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department of Mesa Community College since 1992. Dr. Campbell served as Chair of the department from 2001-2004 and again from 2009-2012. While teaching Philosophy as a tenured professor, Debra has served on numerous committees in the Maricopa Community College District, including serving on the Faculty Executive Council, Faculty Senate, and as Maricopa’s representative to the state-wide Philosophy Articulation Task Force. When the Maricopa Community College District began employing Interest Based Negotiation in 2010, Debra was among the first graduating class of the year-long IBN Facilitator Training offered at the Maricopa Community Colleges.
Debra brings her strong advocacy and expertise in mediation and Interest Based Negotiation and Problem Solving to the Inspired Engagement Team.
Dustin Geddis is the Director of Communications, NCAA for adidas US, managing a cross functional team responsible for driving brand positioning and communication for adidas’ collegiate partners. Prior to this role Dustin was the Senior Manager, Brand Marketing and Communications, leading a strategic planning phase of the brand communication activities in the United States. Prior to adidas, Dustin served as an account manager for a Riley Weiss, a boutique branding firm, and as Senior Account Executive and Project Manager for Sports One, Inc.
Dustin has a passion for developing and implanting marketing strategy for large and small projects and organizations. He has a BAA in Marketing and Management from the University of Portland and certificates of completion in Digital Marketing Strategy from Portland State University and project management from George Washington University.
Dustin lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Jenni and son Luke.
Dustin brings unique experience in Strategic Planning, Problem solving and Communications to the team.
Eddie Genna, JD is currently the Associate Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs & Collaborative Governance for the Maricopa County Community College District. Eddie continues to serves as a professor of philosophy and political science at Phoenix College and is a past president of the Maricopa Community Colleges Faculty Association. He has played a central role in introducing interest-based negotiation to the Maricopa Community Colleges’ meet-and-confer processes, mediation services, and leadership training programs.
Eddie also serves as an adjunct instructor in Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations Outreach Division. He has trained various higher education institutions in interest-based negotiation and problem solving and regularly facilitates using this process. He consults with clients about implementing interest-based conflict resolution systems, especially as they relate organizational development and to the higher education practice of shared governance.
Eddie earned bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Philosophy from Arizona State University. He continued his education at the City University of New York Graduate Center (earning a master’s in Philosophy), the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (earning a juris doctorate), and Arizona State University (finishing a dissertation in Political Theory).
Eddie is a globally recognized Interest Based Negotiations Facilitator and combines this skill with his experiences in higher ed, government, and private sector organizations to lead Inspired Engagement’s IBN projects.
Lane Glenn, PhD, is the president of a Boston area community college in New England.
He has a diverse background in education, leadership and organizational development, strengths-based planning, Appreciative Inquiry, economic development, and the performing arts that includes more than twenty years of teaching and administration in higher education; facilitating leadership programs for higher education professionals; consulting and training for business and industry; creating regional economic development strategies; and directing and acting in stage productions, commercials and films; writing for magazines, journals, encyclopedias, and blog sites.
Lane’s theatrical background and passion for storytelling are evident in his engaging, high-energy workshops, speaking engagements, planning processes, and event facilitations. He has provided consulting and training services for clients in many fields, including K-12 public schools, higher education, community non-profits, biotechnology manufacturing companies, public health, and national grassroots advocacy organizations.
Lane has a particular interest in helping higher education, health, and public sector professionals at every level develop transformational leadership skills. He has facilitated workshops and weeklong academies in topics ranging from behavioral styles and team building, to conflict management, strategic planning, leading change, multiple intelligences in the workplace and diversity initiatives.
A born optimist and member of Optimists International, Lane seeks solutions to organizational challenges through positive visioning and communications. His work includes planning for change through Appreciative Inquiry, and training others to use AI for positive, values-based approaches to organizational planning and development.
Lane brings his exceptional skills and experience in leadership, appreciative inquiry and strategic planning to the team.
Ann Krause-Hanson, B.S.Ed., M.E.P.D., Ph.D., is currently the Vice President of Strategic Marketing, Innovation & Effectiveness at Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. In this role, Ann is responsible for marketing, recruitment, grants, institutional research, college accreditation, and strategic planning. Prior to this position, she served as the Vice President of Academics at Mid-State Technical College in Wisconsin Rapids, WI. She taught both secondary and post-secondary mathematics in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and served as the Dean of General Education and Dean of Health, Human and Protective Services at Blackhawk Technical College (BTC). In addition, she co-chaired WCTC’s and BTC’s Higher Learning Commission accreditation processes (2017 & 2000).
Ann is a frequent speaker at conferences for organizations such as The Chair Academy, ACTE, WACTE, and the Wisconsin Math Council, Inc. She has been a facilitator for The Chair Academy for Leadership and Development and the Advanced Academy since 2006. She has presented weeklong workshops on applied mathematics for K-12 math, science, and technology teachers at the Cray, Sally Ride, and Washburn Academies. Ann co-facilitated middle school mathematics workshops at Millersville University in Pennsylvania for two summers.
Ann has been recognized with numerous professional awards for both teaching and administration. She was honored by ACTE as the 1996 Outstanding New Career and Technical Teacher and in 2001 & 2007 as WACTE’s Outstanding Administrator. BTC recognized her twice as a teacher and twice as an administrator. While serving in the K-12 system she was recognized by two different school systems and by the Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers.
Ann brings an Appreciative approach to facilitation and strategic planning to the Inspired Engagement Team.