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Head of School

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Robert Ingham

Head of School / MYP Coordinator
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Robert Ingham

Head of School / MYP Coordinator
Robert graduated in 2002 with a first class B.Ed honours degree in Primary Education from the University of North London and taught in the east of England before his move to the Middle East in 2005. He has attended regular curriculum seminars and IB workshops and, in previous schools, achieved learning coach status. Robert joined KSI Montenegro after spending eleven years teaching at international and IB schools in Dubai, with students from many diverse backgrounds in classrooms across the whole primary age range. His overseas experiences have enhanced Rob's passion for international education, and teaching the IB Primary Years Programme complements his own philosophies and desire to provide access to rich, stimulating experiences that appeal to, excite, and stimulate his students' interests and natural curiosity. One of Rob's greatest passions is watching and coaching football. He holds an English FA football coaching qualification. Besides that, he volunteers for an NGO that supports educational and community initiatives in the rural Eastern Province of Zambia. Robert is from England.

Coordinators

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Marija Đukić

PYP Coordinator / PYP & MYP Visual & Performing Arts Teacher
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Marija Đukić

PYP Coordinator / PYP & MYP Visual & Performing Arts Teacher
Marija graduated from the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade after which she started gaining experience teaching English language to young learners. For five years Marija was a key member of the teaching staff in local elementary schools before she joined the team of KSI Montenegro in 2010, when the school was founded. Marija has dedicated herself to creating a positive and inspiring classroom environment. She loves supporting children's creativity and imagination, making school an exciting place for all learners. She strongly believes in lifelong learning and personal growth. Besides teaching, Marija is an experienced translator and interpreter. She loves passing her passion for language and literature to her learners, being a voracious reader. She also enjoys writing for pleasure, painting, drawing, arts and crafts and above all being a mother to her two daughters. Marija is from Montenegro.
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Lauren Streifer

DP Coordinator / DP Biology & Chemistry teacher
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Lauren Streifer

DP Coordinator / DP Biology & Chemistry teacher
Lauren is DP Biology, DP Chemistry Teacher, and DP Coordinator at KSI Montenegro. Lauren’s previous school was Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School; an independent day and boarding school in Kingston, Pennsylvania, USA. Prior to taking up her current post she was the Director of IB Curriculum and Instruction at the International School of Panama for six years. Her work as a teacher and senior school leader in international (IB) and American independent schools, has seen Lauren develop exciting, engaging, rigorous, and relevant instruction, and assessment practices. She prides herself on the inclusion of authentic problem solving opportunities in her science lessons, and is keen to provide pathways for KSIM students to follow their passions and specialise in individual areas of interest. Lauren has a strong desire to be part of dynamic learning environment in which students discover, apply, and create in and beyond the Science Lab; in addition to providing extra-curricular opportunities for students she is also excited at the prospect of sharing her interest in outdoor pursuits (hiking, camping, etc.), as well as her coaching skills in swimming and field hockey.

MYP & DP Teachers

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Mitar Bošković

PE & PHE teacher
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Robert Ferry

DP Physics / DP Mathematics / MYP Mathematics Teacher / CAS Supervisor
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Robert Ferry

DP Physics / DP Mathematics / MYP Mathematics Teacher / CAS Supervisor
Robert (Bob) is DP Physics Teacher, and an MYP and DP Mathematics Teacher at KSI Montenegro. Bob has been a high school teacher of Physics, Mathematics, Science and ICT for over 25 years and is originally from Scotland. He has moved to KSIM, with his wife Rhiannon, from their an international IB school in Bogota, Columbia. After spending a number of years teaching at schools in London and Wales, Bob began his International teaching career in 2011 at a school in Busan, South Korea, before moving to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In all of his schools, he has been an active participant in, and organiser of, many extra-curricular activities that stretch and challenge the young people he has worked with. He has a passion for the outdoors and is a qualified Mountain Leader, recognised in the UK as an outdoor leadership qualification, as well as being an experienced sports climber and a keen skier. He enjoys spending time in the hills and mountains, both for pleasure and instructing students; in recent years he has led service expeditions to Borneo and the Amazon, as well as climbing the two highest mountains in South Korea, in addition to taking part in outdoor adventure trips with students to Oman and Cyprus. Bob is also a qualified Rugby coach, and has also coached middle school girls and high school boys’ football teams to success in inter-school competitions and tournaments. 
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Aleksandra Filipović

MYP & DP French language teacher
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Aleksandra Filipović

MYP & DP French language teacher
Aleksandra graduated French language and literature from the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, with English as a second language. During her studies she has spent one year in Paris as an au-pair in a French host family. Aleksandra gained valuable experience with the help of her host family and by attending a language course. She has been a French and English teacher in schools in Belgrade for several years. Although Aleksandra's teaching is a vocation, her aim is to transmit her love of French language and culture. She enjoys working with children and is very passionate about building a positive attitude in her students to inspire them to become lifelong learners. Aleksandra loves sports, cinema, nature. Her advice for language learners is: "A different language is a different vision of life" as said by Federico Fellini. Aleksandra is from Montenegro.
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Meghan Guss

MYP English / DP English & TOK Teacher / SSST Supervisor
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Meghan Guss

MYP English / DP English & TOK Teacher / SSST Supervisor
Meghan Guss is an MYP & DP English Language and Literature Teacher who brings extensive international experience as well as a deep, broad knowledge of both the MYP and DP to KSI Montenegro. In addition to teaching Language and Literature classes, Meghan has also experience of TOK, Journalism and Film Studies in previous IB schools.

Meghan’s appreciation of teaching and learning began to develop at a young age as both parents were teachers, and it was through her mother that she was influenced, inspired and deeply moved by literature and writing. Her father, a band director, taught her piano and trumpet; their gift for drawing out the best from students, along with high expectations, hard work and humour are all traits she observed and feels shaped her into the teacher she is today. Meghan grew up in rural Iowa, USA, but at the age of 12 accompanied her mother and her class on a literary trip to England; Meghan identifies this as one of the most formative experiences of her young life, kindling a wonder for the world and other cultures. At college
she studied abroad at University College Cork in Ireland, and after graduating taught English in Moscow. After returning to teach in Virginia, USA, and seeking a new challenge, Meghan moved to an IB School in Brooklyn, New York City. Following a year earning her Masters degree in Creative Writing in England, she returned to IB teaching in Italy at the International School of Genoa. Before making the move here to KSIM and Montenegro, Meghan taught for the past couple of years at the prestigious ‘Robert College’ in Istanbul, Turkey.

In addition to being a teacher, Meghan is a writer and poet and has pursued her own education in writing during her teaching career. She has attended numerous poetry workshops, and has published several poems in various magazines and on websites. Presently, Meghan is working on her first book of poetry, and is really looking forward to sharing her experiences and passion for writing with her students at KSIM - We are absolutely
delighted that Meghan has joined our community and believe the wealth and diversity of academic, professional and personal experiences she brings will make her an strong asset to the culture and environment of our school.

Recommendations for Meghan refers to her students being fully engaged and enjoying their learning experiences. She has an outstanding grasp of her subject matter and asks students to aim for deeper analysis and awareness of what they are doing and more importantly, why. Meghan provides lively, differentiated material and resources that challenge and engage any learner profile. And, as a published writer and poet herself is recognised as having the rare ability to nurture students into using sophisticated writing skills confidently. In the words of one former principal, “Meghan is simply wonderful and I admire her ability to inspire students to do their best work with encouragement and warm engagement.”
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Jelena Janjić

PYP Montenegrin Language / MYP Montenegrin A Teacher
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Ryan Kummins

MYP Mathematics, Science / MYP Design Teacher
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Ryan Kummins

MYP Mathematics, Science / MYP Design Teacher
Ryan Kummins is joining KSIM as a highly skilled and experienced MYP Mathematics, Science and Design teacher. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia in the USA, Ryan graduated with an education degree from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, and also holds a Masters degree in Educational Administration and Leadership from Atlantic University in Honolulu, Hawaii. Ryan’s experiences as a teacher have seen him work with students across the entire Primary and Middle School age ranges, although for the past ten years his experiences have focused predominantly on teaching Year 6 to Year 9 Mathematics, Science and Project Based Learning (Design) classes. He has made the move to Montenegro, with his wife Kate, daughter Marissa, and dog Presley (as in Elvis!) from their home for the past 10 years on the Dutch Caribbean Island of Curaçao.

In addition to being an extremely talented and successful Middle School teacher, Ryan also enjoys many extracurricular hobbies and interests - He has played the drums since he was ten years old, and has regularly performed in groups with other teachers for school functions. In all of his schools, he has been an active participant in, and organiser of, many extra-curricular activities that stretch and challenge the young people he has worked with. Ryan has a passion for the outdoors and is excited to have the opportunity to live in, and explore, a country with as much natural beauty as Montenegro - having lived in the Caribbean, clearly Ryan couldn’t miss the opportunity to become certified for open water SCUBA diving! He also has a life-long passion for baseball and coached teams in the U.S. and Curaçao.

Recommendations from previous schools highlight Ryan’s great strengths as a creative teacher who is always eager to meet and support the needs of all the students in his classes. He maintains a fun, purposeful learning environment, while establishing expectations for high standards. His lessons are always strong and bring out the best in his children - lessons are designed with the end in mind, allowing students to understand concepts and content at a deeper level; his Science and Mathematics classes are highlighted as being engaging and often involve hands-on learning that provide interesting, differentiated activities.
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Rhiannon Lewis

MYP English / MYP I&S / DP History Teacher
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Rhiannon Lewis

MYP English / MYP I&S / DP History Teacher
Rhiannon Lewis is an MYP English, MYP Individuals and Societies, and DP History teacher and has moved to Montenegro last year (with her husband, Mr. Bob) from an IB international school in Bogota. At university, Rhiannon studied Film and Literature, French and History, before qualifying as a teacher in 1991 and joining her first school in London. She has extensive experience as an English language, Humanities and French teacher in primary and secondary school environments in the UK and internationally. In addition, she has acquired experiences teaching and supporting bilingual and multilingual learners from a wide-range of cultural backgrounds. Rhiannon sees the move to KSI and Montenegro as an ideal opportunity to share her passion for educating the whole child, and is excited at the opportunity to share her skills as a friendly, enthusiastic, good-humoured member of the KSIM community. After spending time in Asia, the Middle East and South America, she really relishes the opportunity to continue discovering different cultures, meeting new people, and learning more about Montenegro and the Balkans.

 
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Jelena Ofentavšek

Student Support Teacher / PYP & MYP Emotional Literacy Teacher
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Jelena Ofentavšek

Student Support Teacher / PYP & MYP Emotional Literacy Teacher
Jelena graduated from J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, as Master of Arts in Pedagogy and Master of Arts in Croatian Language and Literature. Besides working as a pedagogue in elementary schools for over three years, she also has experience working with other international organizations - SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci (counsellor and a learning support in one of the world's largest international child charity) and coordinating a Unicef program For a Safe and Stimulating Environment in Schools that addresses bullying. Always aiming to improve her skills, she participated in over 30 seminars and professional development workshops. Because of her dedication and involvement in different projects, she has been a guest speaker at National Pedagogues Assembly and received the Certificate of Excellence Award. Being inspired by working with children, she enjoys volunteering and was involved with therapeutic horseback riding for special needs children. Passionate about teaching, she aims to encourage an environment for creative excellence as her own after school activities often include writing poetry, drawing, jewelry making, etc. With a background in martial arts, Jelena believes in promoting harmony and appreciates the opportunity to do so as Student Support and Emotional Literacy teacher. Jelena is from Croatia.
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Mileva Premović

MYP BML Support Teacher / Montenegrin Language B Teacher
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Mileva Premović

MYP BML Support Teacher / Montenegrin Language B Teacher
Mileva graduated from the University of Philosophy in Niksic where she gained a Bachelor degree in English Language and Literature. She specialized in teaching English. Mileva has five years of experience working as a teacher of English language through public and international schools in Montenegro. With her passion for sports and English she was engaged as a counselor at KSI Summer Camp for four years. At KSI Montenegro, Mileva is BML Support teacher, as well as MYP Montengrin Language B teacher. She also held Montenegrin language course for adults. Mileva finds an international environment motivating and inspiring and believes in lifelong learning. She enjoys sports and music, and her hobby is writing poetry and short stories. She would like to travel more and meet children from different cultures. She finds KSI Montenegro an ideal environment for her professional growth. Mileva is from Montenegro.
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Tony Rubino

DP Geography / MYP I&S, Science & Design Teacher
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Tony Rubino

DP Geography / MYP I&S, Science & Design Teacher
Tony Rubino joins us as our DP Geography, MYP I&S, Science and Design Teacher. Tony is from Canada and has more than 10 years of varied
and meaningful experience teaching experiences internationally both in Taiwan and South Korea. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Adolescent Education from Daemen College in Amherst, New York, a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning Degree from Queen's University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Laurentian University in Canada. During his time working overseas, he has taught Geography and Social Studies, Art, Design and Graphic Design, as well as Earth and Life Sciences, Health and Physical Education to Middle and High School classes.

Reflecting on his own teaching philosophy, Tony strives to create an environment that is challenging but non-competitive, and structured yet creative. Before becoming a teacher, Tony worked as a City Planner and Open Space Designer. His education and experience in this field helped him to solidify his strong belief in the concepts of collaboration, transparency and most importantly community. Working in the field of City and Urban Planning had been a dream for Tony since he had interned at a City Planning Department in High School. The blend of hands on creativity, with technical challenges resinated and after graduating he worked both in the private and public sectors for a number of years. During this time, Tony would regularly volunteer as a guest speaker or guest teacher at several local schools.

Through this experience, he eventually came to realise that the time he spent in the classroom left him feeling far more fulfilled than his work as a planner did. Eventually, he decided to make a change and he took the leap to return to University and become a teacher.

References and recommendations for Mr. Tony consistently refers to the way he creates enriching and supportive learning experiences and  opportunities for his students, and how in addition to having students think critically and creatively, he also understands that a teacher cannot be effective without building strong working relationships with students. His classes and lessons are well-planned, interactive and student-centered with a focus on the development of creativity and higher level cognitive skills on top of any required content knowledge. He is recognised for the passion he has for making a positive impact on the students in his classes, and one former principal stated that in many years in education, Tony really stands out as one of the most talented, capable, creative and supportive teachers he has had the pleasure of working with.
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Gorica Vujović

MYP & DP German language teacher
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Gorica Vujović

MYP & DP German language teacher
Gorica Vujović has joined KSIM as our German Language and Literature Teacher. Gorica has been working as a German Language Teacher
at the NGO Humboldt Gesellschaft in Podgorica and has been responsible for all levels of German language learners of all ages - from beginners to more advanced, from younger children and teenagers to adults. In addition, she has also been a German Language Teacher at “Ratko Žarić” in Niksic, and “Sutjeska” Škola in Podgorica.

She prides herself on being a flexible mentor with a wide variety of teaching techniques and approaches, and has been recognised for the continuously high pass rate/score (consistently over 85%) her students achieve in final exams. She also has research interests in Foreign language didactics and recently presented a well-received paper at the Conference of the South-East European German Association in Skopje. Gorica has a degree in German Language and Literature, as well as a Postgraduate Specialisation in Teaching Foreign Languages, and has developed an outstanding reputation in the German teaching community here in Montenegro. In addition to her strengths as a teacher, and her extremely strong
academic background, she also brings international experience having spent time working in Vienna and Heidelberg.

Numerous recommendations for Gorica consistently indicate that during her work she demonstrates a sincere desire to teach and develop inspiring relationships with her students; she prepares meticulously for each class and has a very impressive command of the subject matter, and responds to questions and digressions with ease. Referees stress that it’s not only her diligence that makes her an extraordinary teacher but also her very high level of German and language knowledge - Gorica’s work was repeatedly recognised as being superb in all aspects.

PYP Teachers

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Jelena Vučetić

PYP & MYP Music teacher
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Nađa Živković

Kinder 3-4 teacher
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Nađa Živković

Kinder 3-4 teacher
Nadja gained her Pre-school Teachers' Certificate from the University of Kikinda, one of the best teacher training institutions in the Balkans. She works for KSI Montenegro since it's opening in 2010. She has started working aside with international teacher for three years and after that she has been leading the class of 3-5 year olds on her own. Nadja has taken several professional development courses from the IB. Prior to teaching at KSI Montenegro, she has taught at the Montenegrin state preschool for four years, and year and a half at the orphanage in Bijela. Her experience, her dedication, creativity and responsibility have ensured a seamless fit into the unique ethos of Knightsbridge Schools International in Montenegro. Although she doesn't have children herself, she sees her kindergarten learners as her own. Nadja is from Montenegro.
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Paul Brailsford

Year 5-6 teacher
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Paul Brailsford

Year 5-6 teacher
Paul will be joining us as our Year 5-6 Class Teacher. Paul is currently a Year 6 PYP teacher at an IB School in Muscat, Oman. Originally from Liverpool, England, he worked in a UK primary school and was a Year 5 teacher before teaching internationally. His desire to live and work within an international community was a motivating factor in Paul’s decision to leave the UK and to teach in IB schools. His interest in different cultures has also been a catalyst for him to learn different languages; he describes himself as “modestly apt” in Italian, with a basic understanding of French, and aspects of Arabic. Paul is also a keen sportsman who trains regularly and practices Mixed Martial Arts, as well as Judo, Greco- Roman Wrestling and Karate, in which he was the British Kata and Kumite Champion in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Being from the city of Liverpool, it isn’t surprising that he has a passion for football, and Liverpool FC! Also a keen fiction writer, Paul’s passion for literature as well as sport will find a welcome home at KSI Montenegro.
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Lindy Fortner

Year 1-2 teacher
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Lindy Fortner

Year 1-2 teacher
Lindy attended NC State and Meredith College where she did her undergraduate work in Psychology and Education. She taught for 7 years in the public school system there and during that time, Lindy obtained a Master’s degree in Education with a specialization in literacy from Meredith College. Lindy’s first overseas teaching adventure was helping to open a small school in Madagascar where she taught a multiage class of Y2 and Y3 students. Her most recent adventure was in Tokyo where she taught Year 2 for 4 years. Lindy is beginning her 16th year of teaching this year! Lindy has a strong passion for literacy and math instruction and believes wholeheartedly that inquiry and fun help learning come to life! Lindy is from North Carolina, USA.
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Katrina Bullemor

Year 3-4 teacher
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Katrina Bullemor

Year 3-4 teacher
After completing secondary and working full-time for five years in finance and office administration, Katrina moved away from her hometown in Bowen to commence her Bachelor of Education at James Cook University. Not long after completing her degree, Katrina started her travels and international teaching experience. Now she has been teaching for approximately ten years. Eight of these have been in international schools in England, Spain, Dubai and Indonesia. Teaching in international schools gave her the opportunity to form relationships with students and families from all around the world. Students in the class were usually from diverse countries, cultures and religions. This in itself creates rich learning environments which are very special.

Katrina grew up in Queensland, Australia, where she developed a love for the beach. Most weekends were spent with family and friends snorkelling, jet skiing or fishing.

 

 
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Sebastian Aycock

PYP Teaching Assistant / Residential Life Supervisor
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Sebastian Aycock

PYP Teaching Assistant / Residential Life Supervisor
Sebastian is from the Isle of Man, a Crown Dependency of the United Kingdom. He has a perfect academic record in secondary and tertiary education, with 11 A*s at GCSE/IGCSE level, the maximum 45 points of the IB Diploma, a First Class undergraduate degree from the University of St Andrews and a Distinction in his Master's at Durham University. His innate understanding of what is needed to succeed in education together with his unbridled enjoyment of coaching juniors in cricket persuaded him to try out a teaching experience in a new and interesting location. 

His lofty status as a former IBDP student in the top 0.1% worldwide bracket of 45 point achievers gives him the ability to helpfully advise and aid our DP students on top of his Primary and Boarding responsibilities. His first job post-university was his role here last year as Kinder Class Assistant and Residential Life Supervisor; now, he has ‘graduated’ to become a PYP Teaching Assistant.  

Sebastian is a former international cricketer, having represented the Isle of Man in tournaments at both junior and senior levels. In his spare time he volunteers as a staff member for an eSports team and designs for his own clothing brand(s).

Administration

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Martina Dujmušić

School Nurse / ECA Coordinator / Summer Camp Coordinator / Uniforms Officer
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Martina Dujmušić

School Nurse / ECA Coordinator / Summer Camp Coordinator / Uniforms Officer
Martina holds a degree in Specialist of Applied Physiotherapy from Faculty of Applied Physiotherapy in Igalo, also she has a degree of Nurse from High Medicine School in Kotor. She has worked for Knightsbridge School Montenegro from 2010. Before KSI, she has worked at the Institute dr. Simo Milosevic where she worked with children with special needs, on neurological department, wellness programme and others. She is a passionate fisherman and representative of the Montenegro National Team and also owner of lots of medals. Martina is from Montenegro.
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Gulia Evans

Community Outreach Coordinator
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Danijela Golubović

Assistant chef
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Jovana Jokić

Finance Coordinator
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Jovana Jokić

Finance Coordinator
Jovana is finance coordinator in the Finance and Administration sector. She graduated from the Faculty of International Economics, Module of European studies in Belgrade, Serbia. Taking the initiative has always been focus in her academic and professional career. As a student she started working in an International pharmaceutical company "Abbott Laboratories", located in Belgrade, where she gained a lot experience about teamwork, work ethic, organisation and working under pressure. She loves to travel, exploring new cultures and traditions, nature. She enjoys reading books, good music and dance. Jovana is from Montenegro.
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Milisav Jušković

Chef
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Suzana Prodanović

Administrative Assistant
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Suzana Prodanović

Administrative Assistant
After graduating from the Faculty of Tourism in Kotor, Suzana worked in the Nautical and Hospitality industry for five years. She has worked directly with tourists from all over the world which has helped her understand and appreciate different cultures and mentalities. Being in an educational environment of Knightsbridge Schools International Montenegro, Suzana loves the opportunity to learn and grow every day. With her great office and administrative experience, as well as organisation skills, she has been working for KSI Montenegro from January 2015. Suzana is from Montenegro.
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Tamara Radaković

Finance Director / Administrator
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Tamara Radaković

Finance Director / Administrator
Tamara has been working with Knightsbridge Schools International since 2010. She was the first employee here in Montenegro, so she is the one experienced in the history of School's development. Tamara gained her bachelor's degree in Engineering at the Maritime Faculty in Kotor and has extensive professional experience in administration, office management and project management. She also has experience in teaching children Mathematics and English. Tamara takes education very seriously, but she also knows how important it is to have fun, relax and enjoy a balanced life. She is an experienced parent herself and considers children the most precious part of our lives. Tamara is from Montenegro.
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Aleksandra Stošić

House Boarding Matron
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Nenad Stošić

Caretaker/Maintainance
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Irena Vlaški

Janitress
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Zorica Đurović

Admissions Specialist
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Zorica Đurović

Admissions Specialist
Zorica holds a Master of Science degree in Economics from the Department for Organisational Management and a Bachelor degree in Economics, both from the University of Montenegro. Zorica's work experience started during her final year of university when she volunteered at the Ministry of Economy of Montenegro. After that, she worked at the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro for two and a half years as a Secretary of the Association of Banks, other financial institutions and insurance companies. Zorica is very proud of her work in organising a participation of Montenegro at the Expo Milano 2015. She also has experience in working for NGOs and private companies such as the Dukley Marina, Budva. Zorica joined KSI Montenegro in June 2015 and she is very excited to be further developing her professional abilities through her work with and for the KSI community. Zorica is an ambitious and motivated person who seeks to improve her knowledge of her profession and related fields through constant education. Zorica is a proud Montenegrin.

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