Senenge helps educators, leaders, and groups learn to make use of emerging technologies for learning and development by impacting communication and productivity.
As a design thinker, he facilitates experiences which help partners gain understanding and authentically make meaning through change.
Completing his Ph.D in Learning Technologies, Senenge has a M.Ed in Work & Human Resource Education, a MA in Management & Organization Development, and an undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary studies. He also certified in Process Consultation at the Cape Cod Institute under the direction of Edgar H. Schein.
An award winning instructor and university lecturer, Senenge has presented his work and research at international conferences in Information Communication Technology (ICT) and STEM Education. He was a Michigan Technological University William G. Jackson Woman & Minority Visiting Scholar-in-residence, and is the Instructional Technology Fellow of Digital Education & Innovation in Curriculum & Instruction in the College of Education & Human Development at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.