Director at International School of Port of Spain in Trinidad & Tobago
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International School of Port of Spain (Trinidad & Tobago)

Appointed - Annabel (Abby) Majende
Sep 24, 2014
Oct 31, 2014

International School of Port of Spain

Trinidad and Tobago

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The Board of Directors of the International School of the Port of Spain has just announced the appointment of Ms. Annabel (Abby) Majende to the position of ISPS Director for a period of three years commencing August 24, 2015. 

Ms. Majende holds a Masters degree in Educational Administration and Leadership from the University of British Columbia Canada. A Canadian educational leader with over twenty years’ experience in International Schools, Abby has held a variety of leadership positions including International Baccalaureate Diploma Program Coordinator, High School Principal, Head of School, Director and Provisional Superintendent. Her areas of expertise include the promotion of 21st Century Learning skills, Accreditation, Standards and Protocols, International Curricula, School improvement, Staff Development, and Assessing Student Achievement. 

Abby has been described as energetic, enthusiastic, achievement oriented and highly adaptive.  Her Jamaican heritage has afforded her the opportunity to live, work and understand the customs and culture of Caribbean people. Abby’s eleven year old son will be joining the student population.  

Search Associates congratulates Abby on her appointment, even as we are keenly aware that there were many strong contenders for this position.  We wish all of you the very best as you continue your search for a new position, or as you embark on a new positing that you’ve taken as this process has played out.  It’s a privilege to work with all of you. 

Kind regards, 

Ralph Jahr and Bridget McNamer

Search Associates


Did You Know…?

Senior Associate Diana Kerry was an international educator and administrator for 25 years in various countries, including Iran, France, Thailand, and Indonesia.