In March, The Educator began the hunt for the influential professionals who have had the strongest impact in creating a reformative teaching and learning culture in the last 18 months.
Participation in The Educator’s Most Influential Educators 2023 report – proudly supported by Positive Education School’s Association (PESA) – provides a wealth of opportunity for leaders looking to build their professional profile as it is a clear affirmation of a candidate’s focused work and dedication to rising above the unique challenges that facing Australia’s education sector.
Between March 6-31, The Educator received a large number nominations for the Most Influential Educators list, along with details of nominees’ extensive achievements and contributions to the profession.
The final list consisted of 45 educators and other professionals who delivered specific outcomes that significantly influenced the Australian education industry.
Below are some of this year’s Most Influential Educators of 2023.
- Daniel Walker, Principal, Canterbury College, Waterford
- Pat Murphy, President, Australian Government Primary Principals Association, Brisbane
- Michael West, Executive Principal, Bellbird Park State Secondary College, Brisbane
- Kylie Power, Deputy Principal, Iona College Geelong, Geelong
- Fathma Mauger, Principal, Larrakeyah Primary School, Darwin
- Michael Smith, Deputy Principal, Marsden State High School, Waterford West
- Anne Johnstone, Principal, Ravenswood School for Girls, Sydney
- Brigit Keel, Global Connections Leader, Sacre Coeur, Melbourne
To read the full report, click here.