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John Regentin is Vice President of Experiential Leadership and a skilled consultant who provides:
John Regentin is the Vice President of Experiential Leadership and directs the Gettysburg Leadership Experience and Lewis & Clark program for FCCS. His 27 years of experience integrating the classroom and research with active learning has encouraged a different type of professional growth and leadership insights within his participants and teams.
Prior to FCCS, John spent 20 years at Gettysburg College, where he served as an Assistant Dean and Director of Experiential Education; his educational background is in Counseling and Human Development. He has worked as a contractor for the government, a counselor for adjudicated males, and a consultant to various companies, federal and state agencies to design organizational development experiences.
John’s expertise and passion are in the facilitation of expeditionary leadership experiences. He has designed sea-kayaking, mountaineering, climbing, and service programs to numerous domestic and international locations for over 25,000 participants. A highlight, John spent six weeks sea kayaking across the Baltic Sea from Stockholm to Helsinki and still desires this level of engaged learning.
John believes in the power of servant leadership, especially in his community. He has served for years as a school board member, EMT/Firefighter, and continues to volunteer as a club soccer coach, the lead negotiator for the school district, and supports the local Salvation Army.
“John is a class act that facilitates this program in such a way that participants are comfortable giving a high level of trust to each other early on which helps the group bond and be willing to share without fear of judgment.”
“John is an AWESOME facilitator. He is very engaging, personable, energetic and kept the conversation going. He is very charismatic and was able to get everyone involved in the different conversations and interactions.”