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  • Kent Anderson

    Kent Anderson

    University of Western Australia, Australia. A Professor of Law who grew up in Alaska and speaks Japanese is the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Community and Engagement) at The University of Western Australia. Kent Anderson previously held the role of Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) at the University of Adelaide. Kent will lead UWA’s engagement with the wider community to reinforce the university’s commitment to excellence. Vice Chancellor, Paul Johnson, commented, “Our engagement locally, nationally and internationally is already in sharp focus with activities such as the Perth International Arts Festival and the In The Zone conference.  This engagement, led by Professor Anderson, will help position the university to achieve its ambition of becoming one of the world’s top 50 universities by 2050.”

    Moved: October 2014
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    Leigh McIntyre

    Cambridge Education Group, Asia. Leigh McIntyre has moved within CEG from her previous past role as Inside Sales Manager to be Regional Manager of Asia for Stafford House Schools of English and Study Holidays. She told The PIE, “I am delighted to return and build on my past experience in Asia working for St Giles International. Stafford House has exciting plans of expansion with our new school opening in Cambridge this year and further plans for growth in the USA.” Stafford House is the English language teaching operation that is one of the CEG divisions. 

    Moved: February 2015
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    Zauresh Amanz-holova

    Shorelight Education, USA. Zauresh has joined Shorelight Education after 2.5 years of working as an alumni and education coordinator at the Public Affairs Section at the US Consulate General in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Her main role at the Consulate was to promote US higher education among youth and general public, as well as to establish contact with US higher education institutions. Prior to her work at the US Diplomatic Mission, Zauresh worked at the American Councils for International Education on several government education exchange programs; and the United Nations Population Fund in Kazakhstan on youth programs. In her new role at Shorelight Education Zauresh will be the main point of contact for agents and partners in Central Asia.

    Moved: March 2015
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