Antoinette leads the team of advisors and oversees all accounts ensuring that our customers are getting the most of the system, and new customers are getting the best possible solution that suits their needs.
Sue is the first point of contact. She ensures that all customer queries are answered within a timely manner, ensures customers get through to the right advisor, and she gets schools up and running with their new system.
Chantal is dedicated to ensuring schools are happy and comfortable with the Schoolcomms solutions on offer. She’s committed to helping schools get what they need out of the system – helping them save time and money.
Jack is one of the most dedicated people we know. He’s hard-working and always willing to help. He knows how schools work and what they need to improve parent engagement in an easy and effective way.
Jo is a member of the governing body of a school in North Cornwall. Also a working mum, she values the importance of parent’s involvement in their child’s education.
Stuart joined us from London 6 years ago. Stuart is a Schoolcomms expert and advises schools who want to harness parent engagement using latest technology and helping them choose the right mix of products.
Nicola is a vibrant member of the team, she has two sons who both attend a local school in North Cornwall. As a mother she understands the importance of school to home communication and systems that are easy for parents to use.
Ruth has recently joined the team coming from a local company in Bude. She has firmly grasped the benefits of the Schoolcomms system and how it can help get parents engaged.
Natasha joined Schoolcomms in 2015 in a new business support role. She quickly grasped the benefits of Schoolcomms and how to use it. She loved speaking with schools and harnessing her enthusiasm so she quickly progressed to a customer account manager role.
The latest member of the team, Ian joined us in the summer of 2016. He’s quickly grasped the knowledge and expertise of the whole Schoolcomms system for the benefit of customers.