Jackie Ranger is an effective educator and trainer with over 35 years' experience in educational settings across the primary, secondary,
further and higher education sector. She is presently the Principal Head of School of Lead British International School, Abuja and Ibadan.
Jackie's leadership roles span over 15 years during which time she has significantly raised achievement and contributed positively
to the process of school improvement.
In 2004/2005 Jackie became the First Black female President of Birmingham Association of the National Union of Teachers (NUT). Whilst in post, she set up a Black Teachers' Group increasing the numbers of 'active' Black teachers and raising an awareness of issues that affect Black Teachers within the Union. As an Assistant Headteacher at Perry Beeches Secondary School, Jackie wrote an MA accredited Teaching and Learning Fellowship for teachers across 16 schools within the Leadership Incentive Group, building a culture of enquiry and reflection to ensure that everyone contributed to the development of the school as a learning community. Under her leadership, the school became a centre of excellence for Study Support and Teaching and Learning.
As an Associate Consultant for RMC consultants UK, Jackie worked within the broad field of, leadership, diversity, equity and social justice, not only diversifying the face of leadership, but enabling a new cadre of leaders, including young leaders, to lead radically differently. She contributed to the design and delivery of 'Investing in Diversity', and 'Diverse Leaders for Tomorrow', accredited leadership programmes for Black and Global Majority middle managers aspiring to senior management and headship, for the London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Institute of Education and University of London, the National College for School Leadership, Leeds and Yorkshire and Humberside.Jackie encompasses an unusual and dynamic repertoire of skills, knowledge and attributes to make a valuable contribution to education at both strategic and operational levels.