Prof Adam Boddison is an inclusive and innovative leader of education and enterprise with a broad portfolio of experience both in the UK and overseas.
Professor Adam Boddison
An Inclusive Leader blending Education and Enterprise
Professor Adam Boddison is Chief Executive of the Association for Project Management. Adam is Chair of the Corporation at Coventry College and a Visiting Professor at the University of Wolverhampton. He is also a Trustee at two Multi-Academy Trusts, spanning 80 primary, secondary and specialist settings, which together provide education for more than 40,000 children.
Prior to this, Adam held a number of senior education roles including Chief Executive for nasen (National Association for Special Educational Needs), Director of the Centre for Professional Education at the University of Warwick and Academic Principal for IGGY (a global educational social network for gifted teenagers). He has published a range of education books and is a qualified clinical hypnotherapist.
Adam is also:
Notable experience includes:
– Director of the Centre for Professional Education at the University of Warwick, where Adam led the centre to Ofsted Outstanding judgements for both primary and secondary teacher training provision and ran a number of international education projects
– Academic Principal for the global educational social network, IGGY
– Chief External Examiner for the Undergraduate Secondary Education Degree at Edge Hill University
– 10 years experience in the Residential Life Team at the University of Warwick, including five years as Warden of the Heronbank and Lakeside Student Village
– Author of The Maths behind the Magic
– Series Editor for a suite of A-level Maths and Further Maths text books (Harper Collins, Cambridge International Education)
– Qualified clinical hypnotherapist (Institute of Clinical Hypnosis)
Adam’s other notable memberships:
– Special Schools Voice – a collaborative assembly, offering a voice to special schools
– National SEND Forum – a politically neutral forum of providers, champions and commissioners of SEND, facilitated by FLSE (Federation of Leaders of Special Education)
– Adam chairs the SEND Reference Group, a national coalition of specialists convened to provide expert advice to the Department for Education