Dean Gingrich

Dean Gingrich is recently retired from the energy industry, where he has been a project geophysicist, chief geophysicist, and an Aboriginal corporation hired expert and environmental planner, mainly working in Alaska. He holds degrees in geophysics from the University of Minnesota and in Millersville State College in Pennsylvania, and since the year 2000, he has authored four papers in technical journals.

With a strong passion for the not-for-profit sector, Gingrich has served on and been an officer of several not-for-profit boards, including the Food Bank of Alaska and the Geophysical Society of Alaska and Dancing Bears, Inc. He has been a trainer for the staff and volunteer boards of non-profit organizations through the United Way training group, the Foraker Group.

Previously taught:

  • Reigniting Self and Community (55+)   SCFC874
  • Oh, Canada: Perspectives on Canada Today   AHCP205
  • Buried in the Sands: Canada's Energy Policy (55+)   SCFC784
  • Oh, Canada Lecture Series (Lecture 5)—Looking for Justice in Canada's Aboriginal Policies (Surrey City Centre Library)   AHCP195
  • No Free Lunch: Individual, Government, and Corporate Responsibilities for Sustainability (Free Forum)  

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