Fiona MoreyExecutive Principal
Fiona is proud to be Executive Principal of Lambeth College, and part of the London South Bank University group, and places great value in the role the College plays in supporting those that live and work in South London. Fiona values the pioneering partnership with the LSBU Group and the vision to provide lifelong learning and continues to build on the vital role that the College plays in transforming lives.
Fiona has worked in Further Education in London and the South-East for over 25 years, initially as a Lecturer in Creative Arts and more recently in a number of senior leadership roles at Abingdon & Witney College and Aylesbury College, where as Deputy Principal Curriculum and Quality she supported the merger of Amersham and Wycombe College creating the newly formed Buckinghamshire College group (BCG).
While at BCG Fiona was a board member of Buckinghamshire Education and Skills Training, a partnership with Buckinghamshire New University, and was a board member of the Bucks UTC. Fiona is also a member of Laser Awarding Body Corporation and Chair of the Quality Committee. Fiona sits on the Education and Training Foundation Group for Technical Education and has recently visited Denmark as part of a Gatsby Foundation visit exploring vocational education models in Europe.
Fiona is undertaking postgraduate studies on Professional and Technical Education and is a member of the Society for Education and Training and the Chartered College for Teaching. Fiona is committed to supporting the continued professionalisation of the sector and raising the profile of Further Education and the role it plays in transforming lives.
Hassan RizviDeputy Principal
Hassan has extensive experience of working in the Further Education sector and has held various roles and appointments from lecturer to senior leader. Hassan has taught and managed 14-16, 16-19, adult and Higher Education provisions in several Further Education institutions. His specialisms include curriculum, quality and bringing about positive cultural change. He leads by example and has successfully led and managed teams, delivering substantially positive outcomes for students.
Hassan is passionate about offering everyone an opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills they need to bring about positive outcomes so that they can contribute to their community and society. Hassan sees working at Lambeth College as a privilege. He aims to contribute positively towards the lives of all Lambeth College students particularly, as well as the Lambeth community as a whole. He also sees the London South Bank University Group, of which Lambeth College is a proud partner, as an outstanding opportunity for the students to excel in any field that they aspire to join.
Michael WebbChief Finance Officer
Michael Webb has spent over twenty years working in the Education sector in London, most recently in senior Board level positions.
Having qualified with Deloitte Haskins and Sells, Michael worked on the privatisation of Railtrack plc. before moving into the Education sector. He has worked at London South Bank University and at the University of Westminster during that time and has significant experience of delivering sustainable financial positions for organisations from his work. He understands the challenges and opportunities facing Lambeth College having worked in Universities that promote and support widening participation and a focus on employability and employment.
Michael Webb is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has a Diploma in Company Direction from the Institute of Directors.
Monica MarongiuAssistant Principal, Curriculum & Innovations
Monica has been working in the Further Education sector for 15 years, first as a teacher, then as a Curriculum Manager and Head of School and more recently as a member of Lambeth College Leadership Group. She is passionate about education and the transformative power it has on people.
Monica has a proven track record of improving English and maths results - subjects which she is very passionate about and has specialised in. As a senior leader, she strives to provide inspirational leadership across the whole college and has a keen interest in teaching and learning and inspiring students to discover their purpose and potential. During her career as a teacher and a manager she has won different awards including “Excellence in Teaching and Learning by an Individual”, “Excellence in Teaching and Learning in a Team”, “Manager of the Year” and “Employee of the Year”.
Becoming an inspirational leader is her lifetime pursuit and she works on this every day through a process of critical self-reflection, listening and learning from others, training and experience.
Monica is proud to work at Lambeth college and considers it a tremendous privilege to work with dedicated and committed colleagues, who are just as passionate about the importance of education.
Philip CunniffeAssistant Principal, Student Success
Philip entered into teaching in 2007 after completing an MA in Illustration. He began lecturing in Graphic Design and has since taught a range of creative arts and media subjects from Levels 1 to 4 within the Further Education and Adult and Community Learning sectors in London. After 5 years of lecturing Philip became a Curriculum Manager and then Head of School for Creative Arts and Media at Lambeth College, before taking on a senior leadership role in 2016.
Philip is committed to values of fairness and social justice. He believes in the transformative power of education for the individual and for wider society, and the important role Further Education plays in providing opportunities to many who would have otherwise been denied them. He is proud to have had the chance to improve access, support and enrichment opportunities at Lambeth College to meet better the needs of the local community, of which he is part, and in a small way help to build a fairer future.
Philip is also committed to his own life-long learning and regularly engages with professional and personal development opportunities whenever the opportunity arises.
Philip was recently was awarded the Jack Petchy Foundation Award for Outstanding Leader in recognition of his commitment to supporting young people.
Alistair DunkwuHead of MIS & Exams
Alistair, an alumni of Southbank University, is a senior leader with a broad base of experience within the Further Education sector spanning over 20 years. He initially joined the Education sector as a Business Information Analyst at Newham College and has had a number of managerial roles, most recently at Epping Forest College. Alistair has extensive experience of managing and leading student data and managing information and examination functions.
Alistair holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from the University of Benin (Nigeria), LLB in Law from Southbank University (London) and a Masters in Computing and Information Systems from the University of Greenwich. Alistair also holds a Level 5 certificate in Leadership from the Institute of Leadership & Management.
Clare DignumHead of Teaching & Learning
Clare has been working in education for 25 years, starting within the school sector and then moving into Further Education 16 years ago. She has worked as a teacher, a curriculum manager, Teaching & Learning Manager and now in her current role is Head of Teaching & Learning and member of Lambeth College Leadership Group.
Clare is interested in pedagogy and how best to develop teachers’ practice through professional development. At the core of her principles is the belief that we can all develop and improve; regardless of how experienced we are, we are all a ‘work in progress’. She believes that creating a culture where we all see ourselves as learners and where we have the confidence to reflect on and be honest about what we find hard, to take risks and to try new things is integral to building a strong and successful college - one where teachers can help students to achieve and progress with the skills and qualifications needed for their next steps.
As an English specialist, she is also passionate about the importance of students developing their English & maths skills in both their discrete provision and on their main programme of study. She sees this as the key way to empower students with the skills and confidence needed to play a happy and healthy role in society.
Clare is fully committed to the principles of FE and proud to be a part of the exciting journey which Lambeth College is on.
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