Meet our EduWeek Advisory Board Members

Advisory Board

As industry thought leaders in the education sector from across Africa, the members of the EduWeek Advisory Board have been selected by esteemed peers or have proactively come forward to share their knowledge in order to shape the content on offer at the leading education event on the continent.

The EduWeek Advisory Board is a cross section of the industry and offers expertise from Early Childhood Development through to Vocational & Higher Education, as well as Technology, the Environment and Sustainability.

If you would like to become a member of the EduWeek Advisory Board and Advance Educational Knowledge in Africa, please contact


Carleen King

Carleen King Title: Project Consultant for EDI GUINEA PROJECT Company: United Nations Sector/s: Higher Education Carleen King is an International Advisor and Independent Business and Writing Consultant. Ms. King has owned and operated her own consulting business for eighteen years in the areas of strategic business management, independent paralegal services, event planning/management and fundraising.
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Professor Rehabeam K. Auala

Professor Rehabeam Kategela Auala is a Professor of Educational Management and Leadership in the Faculty of Education at the University of Namibia in Namibia. He is a former Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Namibia and he has served in this position for many years. He is the Founding President of the Namibia Educational Management and Administration Society (NEMAS). He spearheaded the affiliation of NEMAS to the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM). He has received various Awards: CCEAM Award in Hobart, Tasmania in 2000 for excellent contribution in educational management and administration at local, regional and international levels. In 2016 he received NEMAS Award for developing quality leaders in education. Prof Auala is External Examiner of many Universities in the region and beyond. He is committed to high level of discipline and hard work.