Fiona Wallace -

Fiona has over 30 years’ experience in high school education, having taught English and various other subjects in state and independent schools in South Africa and Zimbabwe. In 2007 she left Holy Family College, Parktown, Johannesburg, after 8 years as Principal.

She currently oversees CoZa Cares, UniForum SA’s innovative, social investment programme whose main focus is the enabling of sustainable ICT environments in under-resourced South African schools. CoZa Cares will be transitioning into an independent foundation in 2012. Fiona also chairs the ISPA Teacher Training Working Group.

She is a freelance editor, specialising in the development and editing of interactive learning and training materials for children and adults, and is a Full Member of the Professional Editors’ Guild. An Associate of the Hieper Institute, Fiona is involved in school readiness, subject choice and career assessments in South African schools and the workplace.

Fiona is the Deputy Chairperson of the Governing Body of the National School of the Arts, with special focus on the school’s Advancement Unit.

Previously spoke at:

iWeek 2012