Sean is FranklinCovey’s Education Practice Leader and is devoted to transforming education around the globe through bringing leadership principles and skills to as many kids, educators, and schools as possible. Sean also oversees FranklinCovey’s operations and partnerships in 147 countries.
Muriel Summers, the principal of A.B. Combs elementary school, along with her staff, created the first leadership elementary school in the world using FranklinCovey’s The Leader in Me process, founded upon the 7 Habits.
Gary McGuey, a former educator and athletic director, has spent the past decade traveling to all 50 states, as well as internationally. He has visited thousands of schools and has worked with administrators, educators, and students.
Lonnie Moore is one of the most dynamic and requested speakers at FranklinCovey. Lonnie’s experience as teacher, coach, consultant and product developer prepared him to help schools find solutions that result in long-term change.
Elizabeth Wierda inspires and encourages audiences across the country with humor and experience-inspired insight. She is expert in the areas of literacy, goal setting, trust building, student behavior, and at-risk strategies.
Erica Tyson is a passionate coach, consultant, and believer in people. Whether in a coaching session with an urban superintendent, a two-day workshop with rural teachers, a class of women transitioning into the workforce, or collaborating with attendees at a UN conference in Durban, South Africa, Erica fosters transformation and connection.
Ashley Carranco has the honor and privilege to serve as a Leader in Me Coach and Consultant for FranklinCovey. She has been with FranklinCovey since 2015. Prior to joining FranklinCovey, Ashley served as a teacher, Instructional Specialist, Assistant Principal and Principal. Her first experience with the 7 Habits of Highly Effective was in college at Baylor University.
William believes in every person’s ability to achieve life changing results. Organizations’ bottom lines are positively impacted when their people are fulfilled, aligned, and unleashed to produce. As a coach, he cultivates and nourishes the hearts and minds of those he works with through honesty, respectful and direct challenge, and a relentless belief in the person.
Pamela’s work has always been tied to issues of inclusion with an emphasis on exploring the impacts of bias and pushing just a bit to make progress. For more than 15 years, Pamela
has worked in both the public and private sectors, supporting clients and solving complex problems. She currently serves as FranklinCovey’s thought leader on Inclusion and Bias as well as a global client partner responsible for supporting some of the organization’s most strategic accounts.
With a lifelong commitment to learning, Catherine holds a dual undergraduate degree in art education and women’s and gender studies, a master’s degree in art education, and is pursuing a doctorate in innovative teaching and learning with a focus on social justice.
Molly served as an inspirational leader in professional development for her school and district, focusing her workshops on leadership, brain research, and highly effective classroom practices.
Eve is an experienced cognitive neuroscientist with fifteen years of applied work in the fields of genetics, healthcare, military intelligence, and education. She is trained in a variety of research methods from brain imaging to behavioral assessment.
Desiree Cocroft is an energizing coach and consultant that seeks to empower leaders to fulfill their fullest potential. An experienced facilitator of over 20 years, Desiree elevates the hearts and minds of her audience, while also igniting them to take inspired action.
As a member of the FranklinCovey High School Development Team, she has worked closely with all aspects of Leader in Me for high schools, which honors student credentialing and the importance of students being ready for career, college, leadership, and life. During her career as a public educator, Dr. Eason was selected as the District Principal of the Year and the District Teacher of the Year. She has researched and presented extensively on secondary content related to globalization, data-informed decision-making, career academy implementation, and rigor across the curriculum.
A health scare in his late twenties and becoming a burnt-out workaholic in his former roles led Mike to reassess his priorities and simplify his life. A major contribution to this shift in direction was reading Stephen Covey’s, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People© in 1994. “Retiring” at age 35, and spending more time on what he truly cared about, family, friends, health, education and community, led him to his current role, focus and passion of coaching and consulting with educational leaders, educators and students.
Lynn Fairbrother Kosinski is a 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) thought leader for FranklinCovey’s Education Division. Lynn is co-author of the book The 4 Disciplines of Execution for Educators. She is the lead architect for many of the 4DX solutions and has facilitated 4DX content to clients worldwide.