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Rose Puffer

Country: Pakistan
School: International School of Islamabad

Rose Puffer has served as the Superintendent of The International School of Islamabad since 2005. From 1990 – 2005, she served in various positions as a teacher, Language Arts Coordinator, Middle School Principal, Secondary School Assistant Principal and Secondary School Principal at ISOI. The International School of Islamabad is an authorized IB World School offering the IB Diploma Programme.

Prior to joining ISOI, Ms. Puffer was an administrator at Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt in Peru, where she founded the middle school in the early 1980’s. She also held positions at the Saudi Arabian International School – Riyadh, and at public, private and regional schools in New England, USA.

Ms. Puffer has been a member of the NESA (Near East South Asia Council of International Schools) Board of Directors for six years and has served as Secretary for the NESA Board and a member of the Executive Committee. She currently serves as Vice President of the NESA Board Since 2008 she has served as the Executive Secretary of SAISA, the South Asia Inter School Association, which serves ten international schools in the region including schools in Mumbai, Chennai, Colombo, Kathmandu, Dhaka, Muscat, Lahore, Karachi, and Murree.

Ms. Puffer’s work with Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools dates to the early 1990’s. She has served on Visitation Teams to the American School of Kuwait, Cairo American College, the American Community School of Damascus, the American School of Dubai and the Al-Bayan School in Bahrain. She has completed Mid Term Accreditation Visits at Lahore American School, Karachi American School, and the Ibn Khuldoon School in Bahrain. In addition, she has completed candidacy visits for schools in Pakistan and China.

Having participated in numerous MSA workshops for the various accreditation protocols, team visits and Visitation Team Chair Training, Ms. Puffer was appointed to MSA’s International School Advisory Council in 2010 and continues to serve on the MSA Advisory Council.