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St. James has a sense of community unlike any other. I had a chance to know all my teachers well, not just in an academic setting but also on a personal level. In high school and in college, then, it was easy to approach my teachers and professors and form strong relationships with them, which has been one of the most enjoyable (and academically helpful) aspects of my education. SJA also taught me where there’s a will, there’s a way, a lesson that has been invaluable.”

Bryn Mawr School, Tufts University, with study abroad in Kenya and Switzerland, Harvard University – MA International Education Policy, Fullbright Scholarship

Katy Bullard is a consultant working on teacher issues. She has worked with students from Pre primary to university level in Kenya, South Africa, and Bangladesh, and has conducted research on curriculum, student-centered pedagogy, refugee education, and girls’ education in Kenya, Burkina Faso, and Greece. She also worked in Sierra Leone designing teacher trainings and other education programming and has worked with organizations such as the Global Partnership for Education, The UNESCO International Bureau of Education, The OECD, and Theirworld on education research and policy.