Meet the team
Welfare Manager/Accomodation Officer
- Skills: resilience, empathy, non-judgmental, teacher
- Qualifications: Diploma in complementary therapy, Diploma in Reflexology, powerpoint, word and databases as well as conference organisation
- Speciality: motivator of teams, nutrition, happiness and awareness and mental health
“For students to have the best possible overall learning and cultural experience at BSMI and in Britain. Their safety in our country is paramount and we go beyond to ensure they receive the best possible care they can. We listen, we care, we act. Our hosts are some of the best that we can find, their homes are warm and welcoming and they make sure the students have a totally immersive experience whilst in Britain and our school.”
Tell our students a bit about yourself and your commitment to transforming students lives?
I have an open, empathetic and nurturing personality with a desire to bring the best out of all people and introduce them to ideas and processes they may never have encountered before. I can respond in a crisis; calm in an emergency and note positives just as quickly.
What influenced your decision to become a member of BSMI?
I love teaching and being amongst people, especially lives that are blooming with the world at their feet and the universe an oyster to be opened and experienced. Moving over to the welfare department has flipped the coin and now I have the best of both worlds.
What do we do best at BSMI?
We promote freedom of expression and opinion whilst teaching with a unbiased, forward thinking outlook.