'Leaders never say 'I'. They don't think 'I'. They think 'we'; they think 'team'. The 'team' functions with responsibility and without disrespect to anyone, and each person gets the recognition and satisfaction of a job well done.'
I visited India in 1987 from my place of privilege and comfort of Australia. What I experienced, as a teacher in an Indian classroom, was the 'wholesale robbery' of the childhood of children. I made a vow to return to India to make a difference. My family had faith and belief in my vision. In addition to this my parents always gave my brothers and I the belief that we could choose to be and aspire to achieve, anything our hearts and minds desired. Our educational philosophy ignites this same belief in our children, giving them the confidence that they can be whoever they want to be and they can achieve whatever they aspire to achieve.