School: United Nations International School, New York
Ms. Camblin holds an honors degree in English and Russian from Bristol University in the United Kingdom, a graduate degree from Sydney University, Australia, in teaching English as a Second Language, and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration and Bilingual Education from Stanford University. Prior to her position as head of the French-American International School, Ms. Camblin was a teacher, administrator and consultant in public and private schools in England, France, Australia and the United Sates. She is a recipient of a Sarah D. Barder Outstanding Educator Fellowship Award from Johns Hopkins University and a Klingenstein Fellowship at Columbia University.
Ms. Camblin is a three-term elected Board Member of the Council of International Schools (CIS), a membership organization representing international schools around the world, and was the founding Chair of the Council of International Schools in the Americas (CIStA). She currently serves as Chair of the Foundation Board of Bristol University, and until January 2012 held an elected seat on the International Baccalaureate Heads Council, which provides advice on strategic policy issues. In 2004, Ms. Camblin was named Chevalier des Palmes Académiques by the French Ministry of Education for her services to French culture and education.