Between 1976 and 1982, Daniel Fanger served MeySen Academy in Sendai, Japan, as an English teacher managing a classroom of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) students. His students ranged from kindergarten through the sixth grade. While helping to shape the future of his young students, Daniel Fanger worked closely with Phil Broman, the principal of MeySen Academy, and learned about the various aspects of management and leadership required by the job of principal.
For a period of time between 1978 and 1982, and again from 1987 to 1989, he filled the position of head teacher at the MeySen Academy Takamori Campus. As a campus leader, he played a critical role in the development of multiple software applications that enhanced management processes at the academy. These applications went on to become some of the first educational and administrative products offered by Grape City, a sister company of MeySen Academy.
He continues his work with MeySen and Grape City today as principal of the MeySen Academy Schools and chairman of the board of GrapeCity, Inc.
Daniel Fanger Grape City
- Sendai CA