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Alannah is an experienced leader in international education, school management, administration and inquiry-based curriculum having worked in the education sector for over nine years.
She is passionate about education and learning and strongly believes in the importance of laying the right foundations for a lifetime of learning and love of education.
Alannah is a certified Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) teacher. She is also a Master’s graduate from the University of New South Wales (Australia), a Bachelor's graduate of Charles Sturt University (Australia) and has undertaken training with the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) in the International Baccalaureate (IB). A true life-long learner she is now also currently completing her Master's of Teaching at Swinburne University of Technology (Australia).
A strong advocate of the importance of giving back to the community, Alannah throughout her career has provided assistance to a range of not-for-profit organisations, some notable ones include: The Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia and Amnesty International.
Alannah enjoys scuba diving, flying small planes, yoga and mountain climbing – in 2012 she summited a Himalayan peak, Imja Tse, in Nepal.
Cheryl is a seasoned, world recognized educational leader having occupied a variety of high-profile roles in the education sector across her 40 year span of work in the industry.
She has been a leading curriculum development consultant for organisations including: The World Bank, AusAid, Asian Development Bank and Australian International Development Assistance Bureau. As part of her work in this area, Cheryl designed school curriculum for countries including: Solomon Islands, Fiji, Vanuatu, Marshall Islands, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Bangladesh and Iran.
Cheryl has also been a University Lecturer at a number of Universities in the Asia-Pacific region including: University of Sydney, Australia; Solomon Islands College of Higher Education, Solomon Islands; and University of the South Pacific, Fiji.
In 1983 Cheryl was nominated for a prestigious Australian Award, “Australian of the Year”, for her contribution to Australia’s education sector in the area of teacher training.
Cheryl is the co-author of two educational textbooks titled Consider the Choices and What Are the Choices, both of which were used as high school course textbooks in the Australian public school system.
She has also held principal positions at international schools both in Indonesia and Singapore.
Cheryl holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education, University of New England, Australia; and a Diploma in Teaching, Newcastle Teacher’s College, Australia.