Gene Lemarr, M.Ed.
B.A. in Religious Studies from University of Virginia
M.Ed. in Education with a concentration in Leadership from Mary Baldwin College
Seventeenth year at LKS
Gene grew up in Leesburg, Virginia, near Washington, D.C. He graduated in 1999 from the University of Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in religious studies. He started working at Little Keswick School in August of 1999 as a residential counselor. Since that time, Gene has served as the counselor of two dorms, a teacher’s aide, the art teacher, the soccer coach, a support counselor / shift supervisor, and as the Residential Coordinator.
Gene completed certification in Life Space Crisis Intervention in 2004 and has been a certified Mandt Crisis Intervention Instructor since 2005. He also holds certifications in Mediation/Conflict Resolution and in ASSIST Suicide Prevention. In 2015, Gene completed a Master’s Degree in Education with a concentration in leadership from Mary Baldwin College.
Gene and his wife, Elaine, have three children. Gene has a passion for both teaching and learning, and when he is not working at the School, or reading for a class, he enjoys helping his own children explore the world. Gene and his family are avid hikers and enjoy getting into the woods as often as they can.