“We are celebrating entering our fourth year at Education Choices Magazine and have many people working behind the scenes: visiting schools, interviewing school leaders, diversity and inclusion experts and university specialists. At Education Choices Magazine we believe: ‘The difference between success and failure is a great team.’
Please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to speak to you!"
Founder: Chloe Abbott
You can contact Chloe at: email@example.com
“Hello! My name is Emily. I went to school in South-West London where I achieved A*A*A*A* in my A-Levels, studying English Literature, History, Psychology and completing an EPQ. I am now in my second year studying a BA in English Literature at Durham University. In the past, I have been part of the editorial team for a number of different student publications, and spent this last summer learning to teach English as a foreign language to primary school children in Indonesia. I am so excited to be able to combine my editorial experience and passion for education to join the amazing team at Education Choices Magazine.”
You can contact Emily at: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Hi! My name is Rohini and I work with Education Choices Magazine as one of the Assistant Editors. I achieved A*AAA in my A-Levels, which were English Language, Psychology, Mathematics and English Literature, and am currently in my second year at King’s College London, completing a BA in English Language and Linguistics. During this last summer, I completed a remote one-month internship assisting both the editorial and marketing departments at an academic publishing firm, where I compiled multiple contact lists for an upcoming manuscript and proofread academic manuscripts in their entirety. I also currently freelance as a proofreader for an audio transcription service. I look forward to utilising these acquired skills in my work with this magazine, and I’m so excited to be working with this fantastic team!”
You can contact Rohini at: email@example.com
“Hello! My name is Ella and this will be my third year working for Education Choices Magazine! I am passionate about the work that we do and can’t wait to meet some of the incredible people that we will work with in the magazine this year! I am also entering my second year studying English BA at UCL, and will be acting as President of English society in my spare time. I have spent the summer doing part-time work for the magazine, writing articles, and running a part-time painting business. I look forward to meeting the rest of the team and working towards a better future for both adults and children in education.”
You can contact Ella at: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Hi, my name is Sara Keenan. I am 22 years old and have recently moved from Ireland to London as I am completing a Masters in Journalism. I have been awarded funding from the Journalism Diversity Fund to aid my studies, and I am passionate about making others aware of these opportunities in the education system. I recently completed an internship as an Editorial assistant where I furthered my skill set and confidence, alongside running my own tutoring business. I have also written for London Fashion week! I'm looking forward to having a part to play in the mission that Education Choices have set out to do!”
You can contact Sara at: email@example.com
Education Choices Magazine also celebrates working with true professionals in their field and we are now lucky enough to have Peter Charles as our magazine designer. He has many years experience and we welcome his wisdom and expertise!
You can explore Peter's work and contact him at: www.petercharlesdesign.com
“I am a freelance graphic designer and illustrator with over 12 years experience working for a wide range of clients. I have spent much of my career working in the education sector, including international college group Kings Education, Hopscotch Consulting — who design educational materials in collaboration with companies and third sector organisations, and a number of other education clients like King’s College London’s students' union, London Metropolitan University's students’ union, NYMAZ, Whole Education, and illustrating books on phonics for children with special education needs. I also have some audio expertise and am delighted to work on editing the Education Corner podcast episodes each month!”
Education Corner podcast and Social Media expert: Emma Charleston
We are thrilled that Emma Charleston is editing our podcast, preparing social media and our media packs - she is an asset to the team!
“I love working with Education Choices Magazine. After 20 years of working in the educational system, both here and the Bahamas, I have finally become part a team of open minded, inspiring people who are passionate about education and making sure we offer the best and most diverse advice we can. ”
Education Choices Advisor: Rebecca Dickson
We are thrilled that Rebecca Dickson, who has worked as a part of our team for over 4 years, continues to be with us!
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