kent + mcgill is led by Iain Strath, who has over 20 years experience in education lmanagement.
As well as managing large European
Structural Funds and transnational projects, Iain has extensive experience in resource acquisition from both HMG and the European Commission developing a wide range of new programmes for women;
people with disabilities; black and ethnic minority communities; unemployed people; and in ICT.
Iain has undertaken and published research for the National Foundation of Education Research and the British Council in Europe, the Americas and Australasia. He served on the EURYDICE National Steering Committee for 15 years.
He is currently the Quality Adviser for two ERASMUS+ projects: Enterprise: A Serious Game and Junior on the Job Coach.
Anne Constantine is an Associate Consultant. She was Principal and Chief Executive of Cambridge Regional College from 2010 to 2016. Among her key achievements were: an improvement in student results and standards of teaching and learning; expansion of apprenticeships and employer relationships; curriculum development to meet the needs of young people and government policy objectives; major investments in engineering and construction facilities; creation of UTC Cambridge; expansion of opportunity for 14-16 year olds through full-time entry at 14. Anne was also an AoC Board Member (Association of Colleges); Chair of ACER (Association of Colleges in the Eastern Region); Member of DBIS Advisory Group on FE Reform; Member of Cambridge City Deal Assembly.
Anne is a Governor of a Secondary Academy in Cambridge and has recently provided consultancy on a proposal for a 16-18 specialist free school 2016/17. She is fluent in French and Spanish.