Dino Signore joined the Edward Lowe Foundation in 2001 and currently serves the organization as Program Development Manager. Dino is the educational advisor and curriculum designer of the Foundation’s Leader Retreat program. Over the last ten years, Dino has been the lead facilitator all of the Foundation’s learning events that have been attended by thousands of second-stage business owners, executives and organizational leaders. In addition, Dino has trained approximately 300 individuals in the Foundation's preferred method of roundtable facilitation. He earned a master's degree in Public Affairs and Administration from Western Michigan University and received a doctorate degree in Business Psychology. Independent of his work at the Foundation, he has personally consulted with numerous CEOs of growth-oriented organizations—focusing on strategic thinking and executive development. Dino has also been a guest presenter at Northwestern University, The University of Notre Dame, Purdue University, and Michigan State University. He is also an adjunct professor at Indiana Tech and Southwestern Michigan College. He and his wife Gina are co-owners of Dahlia House Studios, a fine art and creative design consultation organization.