Ann McIntyre is an experienced principal, superintendent and NSW state policy leader who is internationally recognised for her work in quality teaching, leadership, school and system improvement.
As Director of Professional Learning and Leadership in the NSW Department of Education, she designed system innovations, reforms and programs that significantly enabled teachers and leaders to have a greater impact on student learning.
Ann is the Australian researcher for the International Teacher Policy Study with the University of Stanford, and Chair of the University of Sydney Teacher Education Advisory Board.
Her research and publications explore the interrelationship between research, policy and practice in examining how high-performing educational systems empower teachers and leaders to achieve strong results.
Ann’s contribution to education has been recognised through numerous national professional awards including, the Australian Council of Educational Leaders National Gold Medal, the Australian Council of Educational Leaders Fellowship, the Australian College of Educators Fellowship and the Churchill Fellowship.
Ann is highly sought after as an educational advisor, program designer and presenter.