Dr. Gerry Lozeau
has over 30 years of public and private academic experience.
As the former Associate Director of Readak Educational Services
for 29 years, he
was actively engaged in providing a specialized reading and study skills program for students in Grades 5-12 in private schools throughout the world.
tenure at Readak Dr. Lozeau was primarily responsible for hiring, training, and supervising approximately 630 teaching staff.
Over 40,000 students participated in the courses he
coordinated in client schools.
continues to cultivate positive and professional relationships with private school administrators throughout the United States and internationally.
record of proven performance is characterized by consistency and garnered the respect of colleagues and clients.
is recognized for his
dedication to providing the highest level of client satisfaction and for identifying instructional and learning requirements leading to improved curriculum and course materials.
Effective teacher training and the ability to communicate effectively with parents and students in client schools have been noted as professional strengths over many years and in many and diverse school communities.
academic experience includes positions as Assistant Principal, Administrator, and Teacher in Massachusetts and Colorado.
A two-year internship with North Central Association of Schools and Colleges; an opportunity to work with student teachers
as a Teaching Assistant; and, appointment as a Visiting Lecturer, Division of Graduate and Continuing Education, Fitchburg State College
, MA, complemented and enhanced Gerry's educational background and commitment to providing worthwhile student learning experiences.
Dr. Lozeau earned his A.B. from Suffolk University, his M.Ed. from Boston State College, and his Ph.D. in School Administration from the University of Colorado.
also has an exemplary record of military service and achievement.
achieved promotion to the rank of colonel based on leadership initiative and successful direction of teams and units to accomplish objectives in varied settings, including Germany, Vietnam, and the United States.
current status is Colonel, Medical Service Corps, United States Army Reserve
Gerry's community activities have included membership on the Board of Trustees for Suffolk University
and over 30 years as a member of Kiwanis
is the recipient of the Tablet of Honor from Kiwanis International Foundation
For 30 consecutive years he was the program chairman and master of ceremonies for the end-of-year Kiwanis Student Recognition Program for students at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School, MA.