David Harrington has taught English to speakers of other languages for over 15 years. David has taught students of almost every age and circumstance from pre-schoolers to graduate students. He is the founder of The English Resource, and co-author of several books including Speaking of Speech, Discover Debate, Getting Ready for Speech, and Listen Kids.
Charles LeBeau was once an aspiring jazz musician a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Since landing in Japan in 1982, he has taught in both the university and corporate worlds. Currently, he is chief instructor at NIC Tokyo, conducting its two-day Power Presentation and Power Negotiation seminars. Charles is co-author of several books including Speaking of Speech, Discover Debate, Getting Ready for Speech, and Listen Kids.
Michael H. Lubetsky taught for four years at Sagami Women's University High School, and coached the debate society at International Christian University. As a student at Princeton, he was the top speaker at the 1993 North American Debate Championships. He has attended the World University Debate Championships six times as both a debater and judge, and sat on the Grand Final Adjudication Panel in 1997. After four years of teaching and writing, he has embarked on a new career in Her Majesty's Canadian Foreign Service.
Dana Chaffin lived in Japan for 13 years teaching English to students of almost every age from pre-schoolers to adults. Along with being the head teacher of the English Conversation department at a high school and speaker at several seminars and conventions, Dana did graphic design and web design for several Japanese companies. Dana is the author of Last Minute Lesson Plans, 101 Uses For Uno, 102 More Uses For Uno, Pronunciation Pyramid, TriLogic, and co-author of Listen Kids.