Our team has EdTech start up, teaching, and government experience from around the world
Meet The Team
Chief Executive Officer
Has fifteen years experience in the Education industry around the world. He is a former Special Adviser to the UK Secretary of State for Education, the Founder and CEO of Africa’s first EdTech incubator (www.injini.co.za) and a former Education Specialist at the Boston Consulting Group.
Chief Teaching & Learning Officer
A 2007 Teach First Ambassador, Charlotte became Teach First's Participant President after completing her teacher training. After 4 years at the organisation working as Head of Regional Development managing partnerships with Corporates, Trust and Foundations and HNWIs, she went on to become a founding SLT member and Associate Assistant Principal of Oasis Academy South Bank, an outstanding secondary school in central London.
Head of Programme Implementation
Sanket has nearly a decade of experience in education and social change in India. He has worked in rural and urban low income setting across the country. An ex-TFI fellow based in Pune, Sanket has worked at Thermax, Sterlite and Lend a Hand Foundation implementing education programmes.
Nathan is a software developer with over 15 years of experience. He graduated from the University of North Texas. Not long after receiving his bachelors he received his TEFL certificate from Bridge Linguatec in Fuzhou, China. He continued to teach English in Southern China before returning to the USA where he worked as a developer. He currently resides in Cape Town, South Africa where he has done much software consulting for startups there and around the globe.
Master Teacher & Operations Management
Saul Kemack has joined the team as Lead Teacher and Teacher Ops Management. He is a native South African who received his Honors Degree in Dramatic Arts from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2019, where he spent a number of years working professionally in iconic South African theatres. In 2020, he completed his TEFL qualification at the Wits Language School, where he spent five months teaching English to adult students from the Congo. He has recently been registered onto the South African Council of Education (SACE), and is a keen and passionate educator.