Anne Marie joined UKCISA in 2019 from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, where she was Director of Chevening, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s flagship global scholarship scheme. Prior to that, Anne Marie has led on a range of educational programmes and projects promoting international mobility and intercultural exchange. At Universities UK International, she developed the first government-funded UK Strategy for Outward Mobility, and established the Go International programme to build capacity and influence institutional change in UK universities to increase the proportion of UK- domiciled students with international experience. Before moving into the education sector, Anne Marie spent several years in the language services industry managing high profile accounts with multinational engineering and pharmaceutical companies. Anne Marie is a linguist, with a first degree in Modern Languages from Anglia Ruskin University and a postgraduate translation qualification from University of Westminster.
Bronwyn has worked for over 20 years in Higher Education with the majority of her career spent at the University of New England, Armidale. She has held positions in the Vice-Chancellor’s office, Secretariat, Residential Colleges, Alumni, Student Services and various Schools and Faculties. For the last 10 years she has worked as the Manager, International Services and Compliance in the International Office. Her role focuses on providing services and monitoring welfare and related compliance for international students; and, her interest centers on ensuring all students receive the education they were told to expect and that the Institution provides a safe, welcoming and fair environment in which to live and study. Bronwyn has been a member of ISANA for 9 years and took on the role of President in December 2017. Her hobbies include travelling and 70’s music.