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Speakers for our exclusive episodes come from all over the world. They include expert educators, admissions consultants, and high-performing students who have the best insights on how to develop your learning journey as a young student.
CGA Dean of Academic Studies - Mark Vella has served in senior leadership positions in high schools for 20+ years. He saw the initial introduction of GCSEs and A-levels to New Zealand and now serves Crimson’s CGA students in their own pursuit of these same qualifications.
Crimson Rise Strategist - Crystal Espinosa has served as a Director of Academics and Admissions at a private Montessori school, bringing a wealth of knowledge from both traditional and nontraditional teaching systems to her work with Crimson Rise students.
CGA Executive Principal - John Morris has served as Headmaster of Auckland Grammar School for nearly 20 years, run his own education consultancy, and sat on multiple educational boards in addition to being made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit.