Kendrick School is a high achieving selective school for girls aged 11 to 18 located in Reading, Berkshire. It is acknowledged as being amongst the very best state schools in the country.
In its last four OFSTED inspections, Kendrick was graded an “outstanding” school.
The school is led by Headteacher, Ms Christine Kattirtzi.
Charly Lester is the Founder and CEO of The Dating Awards and Co-Founder of A League of Her Own. She runs the UK, US and European Dating Awards, and is an internationally-recognised dating industry expert. Charly has represented the industry on Watchdog, BBC Newsnight, Woman's Hour, and as an expert advisor to Lord Sugar in the Final of The Apprentice 2015. In 2017, Charly launched 'A League of Her Own' to encourage more women to start their own businesses.
Mai-Po Wan is an innovative thought leader and expert in the trends changing the nature of work, workplace technology and the modern workforce. She focuses on how these changes are causing a fundamental and disruptive shift in the way organizations must engage with their people, by delivering amazing workforce experiences.
Chinyere Adah Nwanoku OBE was born in London in June 1956. She was a student at Kendrick School. She is a double bass player and professor of Historical Double Bass Studies at the Royal Academy of Music. She was a founder member and principal bassist of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, a position she held for 30 years. Of Nigerian and Irish descent, she is the founder and Artistic Director of the Chineke! Orchestra. The Chineke! Orchestra the first professional orchestra & junior orchestra in Europe to be made up of a majority of black and minority ethnic musicians.
Eleanor Reeves leads the London Environment and Safety practice at law firm, Ashurst.
Jane is a director of Principle Consulting, a social enterprise that supports charities to campaign for government policy changes that will help their beneficiaries.
Jennifer attended Kendrick School from 2000 – 2007, serving on the Head Girl Team. She remains in close contact with many of her Kendrick friends to this day. Following her A-Levels, Jennifer read Law at the University of Bristol. In her time at the University of Bristol, Jennifer was on the leadership team for the University of Bristol Law Clinic, providing a pro-bono legal advice service for vulnerable individuals without access to justice in the Bristol area.