Rachel Warnick is a specialist educator and learning designer who travels the world to deliver intensive programmes focused on core skills essential to business and academic success. She has worked with many institutions, as well as private and corporate clients, in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The experience of living in fourteen countries on four continents gives a global perspective to her life and work.
Rachel holds an MSc in International Management at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and spent fifteen years in the corporate world, gaining valuable experience in the finance and non-profit sectors – most notably with Goldman Sachs and the UNHCR – before returning to education.
With an extensive track record of volunteer work in the UK, Africa, and Asia, Rachel is proud to serve as the Director of Programmes and a Trustee at Professors Without Borders, in addition to facilitating learning programmes each year. As the president and founder of Nature Océan Indien, she leads a Mauritian NGO that empowers young people to be active change makers. She is also a National Geographic Certified Educator, a Teach SDGs Ambassador, and an Executive Committee member of the SADC Great Green Wall Initiative CSO Network.