Lynn Bogart, PhD

Dr. Lynn Bogart enjoyed a successful public education career teaching and leading in three school districts in Orange County, California including Orange Unified, Irvine Unified, and Huntington Beach Elementary School Districts.  Her educational and administrative career always focused on continuous improvement in student learning for all types of learners as a general and special education Teacher, Reading Specialist, Principal, Curriculum Coordinator, Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment and as Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services.  For 25 years, Lynn Bogart has provided leadership, staff development, coaching and mentoring to teachers, principals and district office staff to align standards, intended outcomes, curriculum, targeted instruction, and assessment as measured by increasingly more complex local, state and federal accountability systems.  Her focus on systemic educational initiatives and designing successful programs has earned schools and districts under her leadership the prestigious National Blue Ribbon, California Distinguished School, and California School Board Association’s Golden Bell awards.

For over a decade, Lynn Bogart has conducted training sessions for the California School Boards Association (CSBA) assisting governance teams in strengthening their roles regarding Student Learning and Achievement throughout California. 

Since 2005, Dr. Bogart has served as a Learning Group Leader and Adjunct Professor for the University of LaVerne Doctorate Program in Organizational Leadership.  She coaches students regarding leadership concepts, strategies, research, trends; and the practical skills of vision, goal development, planning, facilitation, team development, change and challenges of leaders today.

Dr. Bogart is well-respected for her work throughout California.  Since her retirement, she works as an educational consultant and presents for the Administrative Training Program within the Institute for Leadership Development at the Orange County Department of Education, where she focuses on leadership development for participants who are completing of their administrative credential. In addition she assesses administrator performance and provides feedback and coaching involving communications, parent interaction, data assessment, team building, and in-basket activities aligned to criteria developed by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.

Dr. Bogart received her Bachelor’s Degree from Eastern Michigan University, a Masters Degree from Pepperdine University and her Doctorate Degree from the University of LaVerne.