Gordon Dveirin, EdD, is president of Dveirin & Associates, a consulting firm in organizational and human development. His clients have included the Smithsonian Institute and the Women’s Vision Foundation. He is currently chief architect of the Nurturing Pedagogy Project—a three-year national demonstration project involving the National Network for Educational Renewal and the Passageways Institute. Its purpose is to infuse social, emotional, and spiritual learning into publicly funded K-12 education.
He was an Ontario Provincial Doctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto and its Centre for Culture and Technology, where he studied with Marshall McLuhan. Shifting the focus of his interest to the skilled facilitation of organizational and social change, Gordon Dveirin earned his doctorate degree in organizational development and psychology from the School of Educational Change and Development at the University of Northern Colorado.