Dang Phuong Dung
By Dang Phuong Dung

Dang Phuong Dung is the Country Manager in Vietnam for Cambridge Assessment International Education. Before joining Cambridge, she was the CEO of a consulting company in the education sector on school improvement, curriculum development and teacher training in maths. Her background is in finance and leadership management. She runs a maths club and a handmade centre for children during her free time.

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Daniel Morrish
By Daniel Morrish

Dr Daniel Morrish is a Development Manager at Cambridge International Examinations. Daniel is part of the team responsible for the development of Cambridge ICT Starters as well as bespoke ICT and Computing syllabuses for ministries and other bodies. He has worked at Cambridge Assessment since 2009.

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Denise Nijhuis
By Denise Nijhuis

Denise Nijhuis works at University College Roosevelt (UCR) as Coordinator Student Recruitment and Admissions, where she oversees the admissions process from start to finish. Outside UCR she serves as Vice-President for Professional Development of the International Association for College Admissions Counseling (IACAC) and is a member of the Council of International Schools (CIS) Webinar Committee.

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Dr Anthony Dawson
By Dr Anthony Dawson

Dr Anthony Dawson is Deputy Director, Assessment Standards and Quality with Cambridge International. After university, Anthony taught Physics in the Maldives for a number of years before beginning a career in assessment. He has been working in various roles within Cambridge Assessment for the last 26 years, 20 of which have been with Cambridge International. Initially he managed our portfolio of Physics and Computing syllabuses. As Deputy Director, Assessment Standards and Quality, he is now responsible for the standards of our qualifications.

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Dr Chris McLeod
By Dr Chris McLeod

Dr Chris McLeod has recently completed his PhD in eating behaviour and experimental psychology at Loughborough University after completing Master’s degrees at Loughborough University and the University of St Andrews. His PhD research focussed on the influence of food-to-mealtime associations on eating behaviour and his general research interest is in improving the healthspan of humans through behavioural interventions.

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Dr Gerard Calnin
By Dr Gerard Calnin

Dr Gerard Calnin is a Scholar-Practitioner with the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) and was formerly a Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne. His current research interests are in school leadership, teacher evaluation and school effectiveness. Prior to working at EdUHK, Gerard held senior leadership roles in p-12 schooling and at the system/sectoral level; he was also an international research fellow in the USA and UK. He works with schools and school systems, and presents at conferences globally on a regular basis.

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