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Dennis Lindsay

Dennis LindsayMr. Lindsay has been a dedicated educator with both Miami Dade College and Miami Dade County Public Schools for most of his professional career. At Miami Dade College, he developed and administered a court mandated program to serve the needs of children in Miami-Dade County, Florida whose parents were divorcing. This program was the first of its kind in the United States and responsibilities included the development of curriculum, as well as the training and supervision of a staff consisting of 40 psychologists and social workers.

Mr. Lindsay served as Department Chair of Student Services at Miami Killian Senior High School before moving to the School for Advanced Studies (SAS) in 2004. He spearheaded the opening of a new campus of SAS at Miami Dade College Homestead in 2007. In 2009, he became the counselor for another new program when MDCPS opened a dual enrollment high school at Florida International University Maidique Campus.

Mr. Lindsay’s professional career has included work as a high school baseball coach, residential counselor for chemically dependent adolescents, crisis hotline counselor and hospice companion for the dying. Outside interests include yoga, meditation and spiritual studies.

Master of Science, Counselor Education.
Phi Kappa Phi Honors Graduate, Summa Cum Laude
Florida International University

Bachelor of Science, Social Studies Education.
Florida International University


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