will serve as the new executive director of Lynn's Institute for Achievement and Learning. After conducting a national search, it was determined that the best candidate for this position was already here at Lynn. Exsteen has been at Lynn for 18 years, most recently as the Institute's Associate Dean. He has been working in the field of learning disabilities since 1993, and he earned his master's degree in education with a concentration in varying exceptionalities and an ESOL endorsement from Lynn. In addition to coaching and advising students in all Institute programs, he also serves as the chair of the Dialogues of Innovation Curriculum and teaches a two-week Academic Program Abroad to his home country of South Africa.