Laureen Adam is a Zimbabwean who has been with the school since 2011. She has two children currently at the school. She is a bold and dynamic business leader whose commitment to excellence and achievements are recognised both locally and internationally. She is a retired professional rally driver.
As a Zimbabwean resident who has experienced the many faces of economic meltdowns , her contribution to the school will be invaluable in implementing both short and long term goals.
She is an ambassador to the Women in Africa, an initiative that supports women in business while working towards the UN-set SDG goals. She is a New Leader For Tomorrow to the Crans Montana Forum (Switzerland), a non-governmental organisation whose purpose is to contribute to the construction of a more humane and impartial world. She travels across the globe to debate and hold discussions on numerous platforms with World Leaders and key decision makers on various topics while implementing projects in various sectors to address issues that affect the world today. On a social note, Laureen enjoys sports, camping and reading.
She is furthering her studies with a Masters in Diplomacy and International Affairs. She sits on the board of Trustees for Harare BMX and ENDA Zimbabwe.