Pippa has had a wide-ranging teaching career, recently spending five years as Head of Kitebrook House. As a pupil at Kitebrook, Pippa was assessed by ESB's Founder, and as a teacher there she spent time preparing her pupils for ESB. She now works at Bryanston School where as well as teaching History at all levels, she is Senior Tutor and runs ESB and senior debating.
An ESB Examiner since 1978, Merriel has assessed all over the world. Other roles at ESB have included Independent Schools Officer and International Director. She was Director of the Professional Arts Centre for 10 years and founded the Shropshire Festival. She is also adjudicator of the BIFF and national organiser of the Thomas Cranmer Finals.
Quentin has been working in the learning and development field for over 20 years in various organisations across the public sector. Over the years he has specialised in leadership and management training and is currently head of operational training for a large public sector organisation.
Avril is headteacher of Sir William Burrough, an outstanding school in East London. She is a National Leader of Education for NCSL and she has been involved in many assignments as facilitator for the British Council. She was appointed Justice of the Peace for City of London in 2004, and awarded the Freedom of the City of London in 2014. She is a passionate supporter of ESB.
Ian joined the Board of Trustees in 2017 from a management and training background working with soldiers, cadets, independent schools and charities. He became aware of ESB through his son’s participation in speaking festivals and ESB qualifications. Knowing the benefits good oral communication, ESB is something that Ian believes-in and values.
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