Emerson College is an educational charity governed by a Board of Trustees, whose members are:
Dr James Dyson, Chair
James is a practising medical doctor and adult educator with 35 years working experience. He has a special interest in developmental psychology and mental health and lectures regularly in this country and abroad on these and related subjects. He has broad experience as an advisor to many organisations within the anthroposophical movement and currently holds four trusteeships. He lives with his wife in Stourbridge.
Annie Blampied Radojcin
Annie is a Hospice Chaplain and OneSpirit Interfaith Minister, with a background in Steiner Waldorf Education. She is also a Mindfulness Teacher, Celebrant, Storyteller, Spiritual Counsellor, Soul Midwife and Authentic Presence Practitioner. She is also the Course Leader for the Quietude Practioner Training here at Emerson.
George works as an adult educator and organisational consultant and trainer in the fields of leadership and change management. Over many years he has worked with a diverse group of clients including IT companies, anthroposophical institutions, universities, NGOs and the Civil Service. His early background was in teaching within state education in inner cities and later in a Waldorf school. George also works in personal development situations such as coaching senior managers; and as an individual and couple therapist.
George has an MSc in Conflict Resolution and Mediation, a degree in Education, and diplomas in biographical counselling and couple therapy.
These days George spends much of his time between Stroud where he lives and China where he is responsible for the development of an anthroposophical foundation studies programme on behalf of Emerson College.
Kira holds her MA in Sacred and Traditional Arts from the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts where she studied with some of the greatest masters in the field. She is an Emerson College Trustee and a co-founder of the Sacred Art of Geometry studio based at Emerson College www.sacredartofgeometry.com.
Paulamaria Blaxland de Lange
Paulamaria is director and co-founder of Pericles, an organisation working with and for adults with special needs. She represents the Association of Curative Education and Social Therapy worldwide and in Europe in STAG Sozial-Therapeutische Arbeitsgruppe of the Konferenz in Dornach and on ECCE European Co-operation in Curative Education and Social Therapy. Her training and background are in the Theatre Disciplines, in Waldorf Kindergartens and Social Therapy and in the Arts and Crafts. She lives with her husband and their youngest daughter of five in Hoathly Hill Community, Sussex.
Raz Levy spent 7 years in Camphill Schools in Aberdeen where he graduated from the BA course in Curative Education, he moved to Sussex in 2009 and “discovered” Nutley Hall where he currently works. He lives on-site at Nutley Hall with his wife and three children and finds working with and living alongside the residents at Nutley Hall an enormously rewarding experience.