Nadine has been working in education for 17 years and gained her first headship at the age of 31, being considered at the time as one of the youngest black Headteachers in the UK. This achievement reflects her passion to challenge stereotypes and redefine norms. Nadine most recently founded Aspiring Heads, a multi award winning social enterprise that challenges racial disparities within education in the UK. Her work has provided impactful and affordable leadership development for black educators, along with access to culturally competent networks that helps to elevate the next generation of black leaders. Being highly skilled in executive coaching, and fuelled with a passion to support and mentor, she never fails to motivate and inspire others. Nadine is also known for taking radical steps to address exclusions in schools and actively promotes a culture of Inclusion for all, which has led to recognition and a feature on BBC. Motherhood is a very valuable part of Nadine's leadership journey and is a proud mum of three young boys aged 12,11 and 2! Nadine is currently Headteacher of a Primary School in South-West London, part of Dunraven Educational Trust. To add to her achievements, Nadine was placed on the Business in Education Women To Watch 2022 List recognised as one of the 70 women in the world making a significant contribution within the education sector.
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