Stephen is the the Principal of Oxbridge College and Cherwell College Oxford
Stephen is a former British Diplomat and First Secretary for the UK Government responsible for education and social development in Southern Africa, Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia. He also acted as a policy analyst on Education Skills and Conflict Resolution for intergovernmental relations. Stephen also has extensive experience on advising businesses and NGOs on democracy, education and human rights issues.
Stephen holds a BA (Hons) in Politics and Sociology from the University of Southampton and is a member of Mensa, The Leaders Council, Institute of Directors (Oxfordshire Ambassador), Royal Overseas League, Oxford Union, University Club, OxLEP (Business sub-group) and a former member of World Bank Supervisory Board and Regional Development Agencies.
Stephen is passionate about educating young adults, who are the innovators, advocates and future leaders of change for a better world.
In Oxfordshire he is particularly concerned about the long-term affects of unemployment amongst young adults.
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