Caroline Lucy Davis is an English teacher of British Caribbean heritage with over 20 years experience of working with diverse groups within education in the UK and internationally (Asia, Europe and North America). She has taught and developed curricula for public and international schools, as well as for further education and work purposes.
Most recently, she has taught and developed curricula for students studying IB MYP Language and Literature and English as a Second Language (EAL). She currently supports EAL students, across the whole school, in accessing British and international curriculum at a renowned international school based in Singapore, but founded in the UK.
A Lifelong learner Caroline holds a BA in Social Science, an MA in Educational Leadership and Management, Postgraduate certificates for teaching in further and international education & a Diploma in Learning and Development.
She is passionate about the need to develop DEI awareness and practice, and address the barriers marginalized groups face in achieving their potential. She has experience in leading DEI initiatives for the British Chamber of Commerce and British Council in Singapore, around the South East Asia region and internationally, and has a particular interest in the intersectional experiences of gender and race.
Her DEI work has included DEI for schools and DEI for the workplace. She has organised events, moderated panels and presented in both settings. Most recently she presented a face to face Keynote and a webinar on her intersectional experiences of race and gender in education and in the workplace. She is currently HR SIG lead for PrimeTime Business and Professional Women’s Association, Singapore and a representative for the Association for International Educators and Leaders of Colour (AIELOC).