Nord Anglia Education colleagues featured as ‘Business Women to Watch’ in 2022

Premium international schools group Nord Anglia Education announced that seven of its colleagues around the world have been shortlisted on the 2022 Women to Watch list published by Business Women in Education (BWiE).

The Women to Watch list is a non-competitive annual catalogue featuring women who are empowering, inspiring, and supporting others in the business of education globally, as nominated by their peers. Nord Anglia’s colleagues featured by BWiE work in various roles across school leadership, education technology, admissions, marketing, and human resources.

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Dr Elise Ecoff, Group Education Director, Nord Anglia Education, said:

 “It’s wonderful to see many of our very own at Nord Anglia Education make the list for Women to Watch this year. We’re proud to be an organisation that empowers all our colleagues to develop their professional skills and it’s exciting to see this resulting in an increase in women leaders in our schools and regional teams.”

“Our colleagues recognised have demonstrated professional expertise, creativity, resilience, compassion, and business acumen,” she continued. “They serve as strong role models for colleagues and students alike.”

The following seven women from Nord Anglia Education were nominated by colleagues and then selected by a panel of judges for driving change, breaking glass ceilings, and supporting their peers:

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  • Carmen Johnson, Director of Admissions and Marketing, North Broward Preparatory
  • Cristina Cortez, Head of School, Colegio Menor Ecuador
  • Emma Jones, EdTech Programme Lead, Nord Anglia Education
  • Harpreet Kaur, Primary School Coordinator, Oakridge Mohali India
  • Hortensia Prieto, General Director, San Roberto International School Mexico
  • Sara Donlevy, Group Head of Reward & HR Operations, Nord Anglia Education
  • Sumera Fatima, Senior Sales Coordinator, Oakridge International Schools India

Simone Rensch, Head of Business Women in Education, said: “The Women to Watch list captures what Business Women in Education is about – empowering, inspiring and supporting our community. It’s about lifting each other up and recognising what the leaders of today and tomorrow are doing.”

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