International School of Uganda
Daniel Todd has been an educational leader at the International School of Uganda for the past 15 years and has held the position of principal at the school for the past five. Todd works diligently to ensure a collaborative, open environment where staff are encouraged to innovate and take leadership. This team leadership approach has allowed Todd to completely transform the Junior School. Always working toward inclusion, Todd has given considerable focus to modeling healthy communities for the students served by ISU. Students and parents alike are considered partners in the project of creating a healthy and stimulating environment for all. In empowering all members of the community, the school has been able to strengthen both its practice and its pedagogy. Todd embodies this holistic approach and makes a special effort to be present with students and families, getting to know each person and their communication and learning styles. Even teachers are supported in their personal learning journey, which has allowed further research and development at the school. Todd works closely with students to understand their needs and sits down with student leaders to design and build environments that will serve their educational needs. A lifelong learner, Todd is a committed and passionate leader. He is finalizing his M.A. in Educational Leadership and Management from the University of Bath and holds a B.A. from the University of Warwick, both in the United Kingdom.