Radhika Lee

Founder / Managing Director Nairobi International School.

An educator by profession and involved in International education for 36 years, Radhika started as an English teacher in Kenya at the age of 24. She gradually climbed the ranks to become the Principal of International schools and continued in this position until she started Nairobi International School in 2008.

Radhika has contributed greatly to sports in Kenya (especially Basketball) and has also been responsible for the birth of many music and arts festivals. (Soul 4 Soul, Happy Feet etc.)

A compassionate and selfless educator who has impacted lives through the various scholarship programs she offers, Radhika also founded CATSI (CANCER AWARENESS & TREATMENT SUPPORT INITIATIVE).

 A great lover of nature, Radhika’s passion for environment has propelled her to speak at many Environmental conferences.

A teacher turned entrepreneur who established the very first E school in Africa, Radhika has been invited to speak at several Entrepreneurs’ forums as she has the ability to inspire and motivate people with real life experiences.

Radhika published her autobiography “Rainbows in my clouds” in 2015 and it has since been launched in India, Dubai, the United Kingdom and South Africa with the blessings of the Kenyan Government.


Full Agenda. Sessions

The Evolving Educator

With the increasingly prominent role of EdTech in education delivery, what does this mean for our teachers? Deconstructing the common misconceptions surrounding the teacher-tech relationship, this session will explore entrepreneurial, creative approaches to how the role of teachers can effectively synergize with EdTech to drive student outcomes and build resilient, future-proof teachers.

Wednesday 09 December 09:30 - 10:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 12/09/2020 09:30 12/09/2020 10:00 The Evolving Educator With the increasingly prominent role of EdTech in education delivery, what does this mean for our teachers? Deconstructing the common misconceptions surrounding the teacher-tech relationship, this session will explore entrepreneurial, creative approaches to how the role of teachers can effectively synergize with EdTech to drive student outcomes and build resilient, future-proof teachers. Main Arena

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