The panel of judges for the International e-Assessment Awards are selected by the e-Assessment Association for their depth of experience and knowledge,
as well as their contribution to, and passion for e-assessment.

Each category is allocated four judges, who are chosen on the basis of their expertise and experience. The chair of each panel is an elected member of the Board
of the e-Assessment Association.

Each judge will have been nominated by fellow industry professionals. You can find their individual profiles below.

Chair of the Judges

Bob Harrison at eAAwards 2019

Professor Bob Harrison

Professor Bob Harrison, University of Wolverhampton, is the Chair of the Judges in 2022.
Bob will be overseeing the judging process across all of the seven externally judged categories and supporting the independent judges of the Awards.

Bob has been a judge of the Awards since they were set up in late 2016 and we are incredibly grateful for his continued support and championing the best practice presented in Award submissions.


Bob has had extensive experience in schools and colleges as a teacher, lecturer, senior manager, Principal, Governor. He has worked with Head teachers and senior leaders in developing leadership skills for the National College of School Leadership, was the adviser to DfES on the FE Principals Qualification, was Digital/eLearning adviser for the DfES Standards Unit and was the lead on Digital Futures for the Building Schools for the Future Leadership programme, where he designed and delivered the programme at National level for several local authorities.

Bob is also Chair of Governors at Northern College, Governor at Oldham College and Visiting Professor at the University of Wolverhampton University.

Bob was made an Honorary Life member of CGLI for services to Vocational Education following 12 years as Chief Examiner and followed this as Lead Moderator for BTEC National, Higher and First Awards.

He was Toshiba's Northern European Education Adviser for 16 years and is a writer, presenter and researcher on mobile learning, digital technologies and next generation learning. He is a BERA member and recently presented at BERA 2019 on "Digitisation and Academisation".

He is an active member of the Association for Learning Technology and was the ALT FE Ambassador as well as a member of the conference programme committee.

Bob was a member of the British Computer Society/Royal Academy of Engineering working group which redrafted the ICT National Curriculum to make it more "ambitious and challenging". He also chaired the computing expert group established by the DfE to support teachers and teacher educators in the transition to the new computing curriculum.

He was Chair of the Teaching Schools New Technology Advisory Board, a HE/Industry/Schools/DfE/NCTL group which aimed to ensure that the next generation of teachers have the necessary skills to prepare children for their lives as workers and digital citizens in the 3rd Millenium.

Bob was a leading member of the Further Education Learning Technology Action Group and a member of the Ministerial Education Technology Action Group chaired by Professor Stephen Heppell. He was also a member of the DCMS Cybersecurity Skills and Education Advisory Board.

Bob regularly visits Palo Alto campus of Stanford University to research current developments and is particularly interested in the "education's digital future" at Stanford and is an assessor at the Graduate School of Education for the Masters programme Learning Design with Technology.

He was a Board member of the UfI Trust, a £60m charity supporting innovative developments in the use of technology for teaching, learning and assessment in further vocational and adult education. A Judge for the BETT Awards, TES FE Awards, Reimagine Education Awards, e-Assessment Awards and the EdTechUK Awards.

Bob was a member of the BIS FE and Skills Area based review advisory group helping to reshape the FE landscape towards a more digital future.

Bob was recently shortlisted for the TES FE "Lifetime Achievement Award" for services to Further, Vocational and Adult Education.

He has been a member of HMCTS sitting on Employment Tribunal since 2000 and retires this year.

Join his following on twitter @bobharrisonedu

Judges for Best Formative Assessment Project


Patrick Coates

Independent Consultant and Director of International Skills UK, e-Assessment Association Board Member


Patrick has worked in e-assessment since the late 90’s having worked on a number of e-assessment programmes with UK awarding bodies e-assessment which included working with QCA and other Government bodies on promoting the adoption of e-assessment. It was working with Promissor (subsequently acquired by Pearson) and then Prometric that led to the choice of MBA dissertations – ‘Barriers to adoption of e-assessment by UK Awarding Bodies.’ Patrick was involved with the creation of BS7988:2007 – The code of practice for the use of IT in the delivery of assessments and subsequently was international editor for the standard to become adopted as ISO 23988:2007.

This experience then led Patrick to join the team working with the four organisations which regulate qualifications in the UK – the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), DELLS (Wales), CCEA (Northern Ireland) and SQA and their collaboration to develop a publication, E-assessment: Guide to Effective Practice. Patrick is now working as an independent consultant in the field of e-assessment supporting UK & US companies with their international strategy and business development activities and providing consultancy to Governments in the Middle East and South Africa.


Charlotte Bosworth

Managing Director of Innovate Awarding


Innovate Awarding is an awarding organisation delivering vocational qualifications and end point assessment for Apprenticeships. Charlotte also Chairs both the AELP and Federation of Awarding Body Groups for End Point Assessment Organisations.

Charlotte has worked in both academic and vocational examination boards for over 25 years and has driven many assessment reforms and developments. She has a passion for the vocational education sector and sits on a number of Boards including the Federation of Awarding Bodies, AELP, AAT, Walsall College, Learning and Working Institute and Career Colleges Trust.

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Martyn Roads

Independent Education and Assessment Consultant (retired)


Martyn was an independent education and assessment consultant. He spent 13 years in Further Education, developing and managing a wide range of vocational programmes before joining the assessment organisation BTEC in 1994. In 2001 he was responsible for managing, on behalf of a consortium of UK Awarding Bodies, the successful bid for the development of the Key and Basic Skills national tests in the UK.

These were the first tests to be rolled out in the UK using e-assessment. For the past 20 years, Martyn has been researching and implementing the use of IT in assessment which has included working with a range of organisations on the development of screening and initial assessment tools for major UK employers.

Martyn has also undertaken a number of other projects related to the development of vocational e-assessment for a range of awarding organisations. For the last 16 years he has also been jointly responsible for many successful conferences, seminars and events across the globe focussed on Skills Development and the use of IT in assessment, most recently supporting the Beyond Multiple Choice Conferences based in Washington DC. He is now happily retired but still takes a keen interest in the world of e-assessment.


Liam Simington

Assessment Manager, Assessment Standards and Innovations at the Chartered Insurance Institute


Liam has experience as a test developer, teacher and now manages assessment processes and practice at The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) in London, where he has developed significant expertise in electronic assessments for professional qualifications.

Liam is a member of the AEA Europe eAssessment SIG Steering Group

Judges for Best Summative Assessment Project

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Romana Moss

Interim Director of Education, RCEM, The Royal College of Emergency Medicine


Romana has worked in education for over 20 years in Universities, a Royal Medical College, a Membership Body, a Conservative and now in an Award Organisation. Romana has vast experience of working in CBT, process enhancement, LMS systems, implementing RI and core system digital transformation. She specialises in innovating education with technology whilst enhancing the value of technology in the workplace across operations.

Linda Steedman

Linda Steedman

eCom CEO - Assessment Consultant


Linda is an internationally recognised expert with over 25 years' continuous practice in the field of eAssessment and eLearning. As a former Senior Manager within a further education college, Linda is familiar with not only the 'coal-face' issues of deployment and learner engagement, but also from the supply-side of obtaining commitment from customers and ensuring customer success.

Linda is a current member of the Scottish Government Trade Board, member and secretary for the IEEE -SA Recommended Practices for Competency Development P1484.20.2 project, is a past board member of the e-Assessment Association, past chair of the eLearning Alliance and still takes an active part in the learning research community.

As a business owner for over 20 years, Linda has built eCom into a business that employs over 40 consultants and technical experts. In 2014, Linda opened the eCom USA subsidiary supplying products and services into International markets. By combining technical leadership entrepreneurship, strategic management and overall financial contril with key skills of project management, and learning design, Linda has created a successful leadership blend - inspiring both customers and staff with a coherent vision and the results to match.

Graham Hudson

Graham Hudson

e-Assessment Association Secretary, Independent Consultant at GA Partnerships Ltd


Graham Hudson founded GA Partnership Ltd after a long and successful career in a variety of educational assessment roles. Through using his experience gained from the operation of national examination systems, and from developing the use of technology in assessments internationally, he now supports successful businesses in the sector in achieving key strategic objectives. Graham is a practitioner whose passion is to enable organisations deliver the best service that they can to their customers both technically and operationally, within budgetary and regulatory constraints. Having delivered high-risk, time critical programmes to mark and deliver results for all primary and secondary pupils across England for national testing, he is familiar with the pressures and conflicts that result from meeting sometimes competing demands from users, government officials and politicians.

Graham has been an active participation in the international assessment community and has contributed many papers and presentations exploring how examination reliability can be improved through harnessing technologies. He was one of the early champions of electronic marking in the UK and gained sizeable government funding to explore how examination and testing effectiveness could be improved. His delivery experience extends from the Caribbean, to West Africa, South-East Asia and India. He now works in a consultancy role, advising awarding organisations in the UK and internationally. He is a Board member of the IoD Assessment Committee and the NEBOSH Qualifications Governance Council.

Mike Dawe

Mike Dawe

Senior Consultant, Skills Development


Mike is a freelance consultant in Skills Development with expertise in building commercial operations internationally, and in the contribution of Skills Development to economic growth. Mike was formerly Managing Director of City & Guilds International, which offered education and training services in Europe, Middle East, Southern and Eastern Africa, South Asia and South East Asia. Since then Mike has worked on projects funded by the UK’s Department for International Development and with vocational education companies wishing to grow their businesses overseas.

Mike joined City & Guilds International after heading City & Guilds’ Centre for Skills Development (CSD) which used research to inform policy-makers and practitioners. Before working with CSD, Mike managed a team that introduced technological solutions into vocational education, including e-learning and e-assessment. He was responsible for the implementation of City & Guilds' on-screen assessment solution - the first of its kind in the UK's Further Education sector. Prior to working at City & Guilds Mike researched regulation of, and the financial returns to, management of arid land areas for organisations in the wildlife industry in Southern Africa. His work was aimed at supporting economic growth and he developed a lasting interest in how commercial success can drive broader social development - a subject that continues to drive his views in his current role.

Judges for Best Workplace or Talent Assessment Project


Teresa Jacobs

eAssessment Association Board Member, Independent Consultant and Executive Director, International Skills Development Corporation


Teresa is an experienced business developer and assessment and quality assurance specialist, with a track record across several well-respected awarding organisations and higher educational institutes, having initiated and driven transformational change and start-up operations. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors and an elected member of the e-Assessment Association board. Winner of assessment industry awards and having crafted a successful bid for the Queen's Award, Teresa specialises in taking a broad-based approach to the challenges and opportunities faced by awarding organisations and private training providers, and in resolving issues, identifying and implementing opportunities and successful growth. Having successfully transformed the delivery mode and construction of portfolio of qualifications from 100% paper based to computer based with remote invigilation and on-screen marking, Teresa is frequently consulted regarding the benefits and challenges of CBT, including by the Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute and IHRIM.

Recently Teresa has been working to develop and promote UK professional qualifications in India. She has also driven educational start-ups in India, Sri Lanka and Central Asia, including a start-up awarding body aspiring to OFQUAL recognition and partnerships with UK private schools to set up franchise operations in Europe and beyond. Teresa shares her experience and expertise speaking at international conferences and events.


Richard Little

Propositions Director, Technology. RM


Richard is responsible for managing RM’s existing customer propositions and developing new ones in the fields of e-assessment, school MIS, safeguarding and managed IT services.  Working closely with schools, government ministries, examination boards and professional awarding bodies, Richard is seeking to stay one step ahead of what they may need.

With over 20 years’ experience in delivering large scale hardware and software programmes, Richard started his career as a software developer, and then built on this technical background in a range of management roles spanning telecoms, business systems software development and information security. For the past 7 years, Richard has led the e-assessment proposition strategy for RM.

Geoff Chapman

Geoff Chapman

Assessment and Exam Tech Consultant, Founder of Acta, Co-Founder of World Exam Tech.


In his third decade of international education experience, Geoff's consultancy solves issues and provides 'critical friend' advice for exam owners, tech solution companies, and to the investment community. Formerly eAA Vice-Chair, he was part of the management team that sold the Mo University Assistant to UCAS in October 2020. Geoff is renowned by the international e-assessment sector for quantifying and de-risking new market entry, uncovering new opportunities, and championing innovation.

A published author on e-assessment, Geoff also holds contemporary post-graduate qualifications in assessment, education, IT service, strategic management, project and bid management. Geoff's website (www.geoffchapman.com) has free e-assessment resources, presentations, and blogs to help communicate good e-assessment practice. He also tweets on e-assessment via Twitter @chappersman


Alison McCree

Alison McCree

Director of Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors


Alison McCree BSc, PGCE, MA has been involved in education in various guises for many years. Having taught in Japan, Denmark and the UK she joined the University of Hertfordshire as a professional development lead for the Science Learning Centre in 2007 and subsequently been involved in managing educational programmes in the STEM arena. Since becoming Director of Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors at its new home at the University of Hertfordshire, Alison has focused on the development of assessment training and management of the membership and services of the CIEA

Judges for Most Innovative use of Technology in Assessment


Fiona Harvey

Faculty Learning Technology Lead for Social and Historial Science, UCL; e-Assessment Association Vice Chair.


Fiona is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (Advance HE) and was recently President and Chair for the Association for Learning Technology (2014-2017). Fiona is a Board Member of the e-Assessment Association.

Fiona is actively involved in the online community and is studying for her Ph.D. with Lancaster University in e-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning. Fiona has always been interested in the development of digital literacies. skills for students and staff and enjoys exploring new technologies to enhance the student experience. She is working with teams to across the institution to support staff and students to engage effectively online.  She is also developing the Students as Partners initiatives for digital skills development.


Eleanor Andressen

Education researcher and consultant. Director, Andressen Byram Lt


Supporting customers with impact evaluation, performance insights and product design initiation and feedback, Eleanor has a combination of commercial and product development expertise in qualifications and assessments and a PhD in Education, She is also Honorary Associate of the UCL Institute of Education’s Centre for Post-14 Education and Work, Steering Group member of the AEA-Europe Assessment Cultures Special Interest Group and Peer-reviewer for Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning Journal.

In November 2020, Eleanor chaired a panel discussion on the impact of COVID-19 on national high stakes assessments at AEA-Europe as part of the launch of the Assessment Cultures special interest group (steering group member).


Tim Downie

Managing Director of Adactia Consulting Ltd, e-Assessment Association Board Member


Tim has been a board member of the e-Assessment Association since 2015 and has led the work to develop the business plan and strategy for the development of the Association. Tim is Managing Director of Adactia Consulting Ltd, who are strategy and sales effectiveness advisors to UK & Global Ed-Tech & Assessment services providers.

Tim has extensive experience of the Assessment Sector having been Sales & Marketing Director for RM Results for 8 years and prior to that Director of Business Development for RM Education. In those roles Tim worked with leading assessment organisations and awarding bodies in the UK, Africa, India, Asia Pacific, Oceania, Europe, Caribbean and North America to support their transition to on-screen marking and digital assessment. Tim was proud that RM Results sponsored the e-Assessment Association's Innovative Use of Assessment Award from the founding of the awards and were also the winners of the Excellence in Export in 2019.

Tim is passionate about the positive impact that the effective use of technology can have upon teachers and learners, especially in helping to ensure fair, valid and accurate assessment. Tim strongly supports the e-Assessment Awards as they provide a platform for the sharing and celebration of good practice in many different settings and help to promote innovation and creativity across the sector.


Jeremy Carter

Consultant, Founder of Advance EdTech Ltd


Jeremy has 23 years of commercial experience in the technology industry. Driven by a passion for the role of technology in education, Jeremy has spent 17 years in learning and assessment. Through his work with Questionmark, BTL Group Ltd, as co-founder of Cirrus Assessment and now with his consultancy, Advance EdTech, he has collaborated with many awarding organisations in the UK, helping to deliver some of the largest e-assessment programmes in the country.

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Judges for Best Transformational Project

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Gareth Hopkins

Assessment Solutions Specialist, BTL; e-Assessment Association Board Member (Technical Lead Officer)


Gareth has over 15 years’ experience within the e-Assessment field, working predominantly on screen-based assessments for Vocational Qualifications at City & Guilds. His current projects include the expansion and embedding of Remote Invigilation solutions and the conversion of Flash-based item banks to HTML5-ready formats. Previously he’s been involved with the design and build processes of two iterations of Functional Skills online exams, the creation of onscreen bilingual delivery solutions and the implementation of In-Application Testing for ICT.

For his work on the bilingual solution at City & Guilds, in 2017 he was awarded an Ampersand Award for Imagination, in turn being named ‘a great example of how imagination can deliver commercial benefit’.

As an eAA board member, Gareth was on the team that delivered the e-Assessment Question Conference in 2020, as well as presenting and recording the Covid-Response series of podcasts, as well as leading the judging panels for three years of the e-Assessment Awards.

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Claudia Bickford-Smith

Director of Education Services at Oxford University Press


As Director of Education Services at Oxford University Press, Claudia Bickford-Smith oversees Assessment and Impact services across international and local businesses, leading and building strategy, infrastructure, capabilities and partnerships. She brings 30 years’ experience of developing learning content and assessment solutions across a wide range of local and international contexts, subjects, languages and levels. She has also developed bespoke curricula, assessments, consultancy and training for Ministries of Education.

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John Kleeman

EVP Industry Relations and Business Development at Learnosity, the assessment technology company.


John is the Founder of Questionmark and a director of the ATP (Association of Test Publishers) and was ATP 2021 Chairperson.

John has a first-class degree from Trinity College, Cambridge, and is a Chartered Engineer and a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe.  John wrote the first version of the Questionmark assessment software system and founded Questionmark in 1988 to market, develop and support it. He has been heavily involved in assessment technology for over 30 years and following Learnosity’s acquisition of Questionmark has joined the Learnosity executive team.  John was on the original team that created the IMS Global Learning Consortium QTI specification and has worked on standards initiatives with ADL, AICC, ATP, BSI, ISO and others. He regularly speaks and writes on assessment, privacy and technology.

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Peter Alston

Director of Learning Design in the School of Technology at BPP University


With a background in information systems and web development/programming, and a PhD in eResearch & Technology Enhanced Learning, Pete is the Director of Learning Design in the School of Technology at BPP University, where he has oversight and ownership of the curriculum design and development process. His PhD thesis presented an institutional ethnography aimed at uncovering influential factors in the design and implementation of electronic assessment within HE; an area which continues to be the focus of his scholarly work.

He has held senior academic positions in learning and teaching and as a subject expert at BPP University, University of Liverpool and Edge Hill University over the course of a 15+ year career in Higher Education. Pete also served as a Director of Learning Solutions at Laureate Online Education, with responsibility for cultivating relationships with partner institutions, and providing strategic vision and oversight for the design and development of wholly online postgraduate academic programs.

Judges for Best Research


Martha Gibson

Enhancements & Innovations Manager at Heriot-Watt Online at Heriot-Watt University. e-Assessment Association Board Member (Sponsorship Secretary)


Martha is the Enhancements & Innovations Manager at Heriot-Watt Online at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. She works on developing online courses and assessments for courses and programmes for HW’s global student body. She is also an online examiner for a leading Awarding Body. Martha has been on the Board of the e-Assessment Association since 2018 and in that time has worked with the Association sponsors as Sponsorship Secretary.

With over 30 years’ experience in teaching, learning and assessment, Martha has worked in several countries worldwide and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Education with specialism in e-assessment to support her work at Heriot Watt University.

In 2017, in the first year of the e-Assessment Association Awards, Martha won in the Export category for Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University and was Highly Commended in the Best Institution Category. She now serves as a judge for the e-Assessment Awards, having chaired the panel for several of the Award categories.

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Helen Claydon

Head of UK Test Development and Senior Research Fellow, ACER UK


Helen is an experienced test developer and assessment manager. She has worked in assessment, including e-assessment, for 25 years. In this time she has led a variety of projects developing summative and formative assessments for ages from 6 years-old to adult. Her experience covers all aspects of the assessment development process, including assessment design, item writing and review, trialling, test construction and standard setting.
Helen currently works at the UK office of the Australian Council of Educational Research, where she leads the UK Test Development Team. Helen holds a Masters degree in Education; she is also a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors and a practitioner of AEA-Europe. Previous organisations where she has worked include National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER), The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), Edexcel, The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Standards and Testing Agency (STA).

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Peter Reed

Managing Director, Global OPM. Interactive Pro.


Peter leads the OPM business at Interactive Pro, managing key university and industry partnerships to launch and scale online degrees and short courses to a global audience. Prior to his time in the private side of university partnerships, he held both academic and non-academic positions at a number of UK HEIs.


Mel Nethercott

VP, International Business Development, PSI Services LLC


Judges for Best International Implementation

Paul Muir

Paul Muir

Head of Technology Enabled Assessment at the British Council. e-Assessment Association Board Member.


Paul Muir is Head of Technology Enabled Assessment at the British Council and responsible for the British Council’s technology enabled assessment strategy and delivery of technology led assessment solutions in over 140 countries around the world and to over 4.5 million students a year. Joining the British Council in 2015, Paul has worked in the assessment industry for over 20 years, in roles delivering education and curriculum reform projects across the UAE, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, to transformational roles at Awarding Bodies and Regulators in the UK.

Currently serving as the Chair of E-ATP (Association of Test Publishers - Europe), Paul has a passion for enhancing access to education globally using technology, especially in parts of the world where this is not always the ‘easy’ path and where innovative and more unique ways of working can be rewarded.

Delivering equity in an unequal world of assessment, a gap that has been further widened by the Covid pandemic, is where Paul strives to make a significant difference in the coming years.

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Angela Verschoor

Senior Researcher at CITO


Angela Verschoor is Senior Researcher at CITO, the Netherlands. With a background in discrete optimization, her interest is the development and application of auromated test assembly (ATA), optimal design and computerized adaptive testing (CAT). Angela has been the driving force behind well over 30 operational CAT projects in Europe, as well as major improvements in large-scale projects such as the Dutch Final Primary Education Test, the Central Examinations, the examinations for Dutch as a Second Language, as well as the theory part of the Driving License Examinations.

Other recent projects included the introduction of ATA in, amongst others, Russia, Kazakhstan, Singapore, the Philippines and Italy.



Rajeev Menon

Sales & Product Advisory (HRTech|EdTech), e-Assessment Association Board Member.


An accomplished sales and product innovation specialist in the assessments space, Rajeev has over 16 years of experience with multiple global assessment providers. He has played important roles in the development of the assessments space in India as part of the leadership team at MeritTrac, one of India’s foremost assessment services company with a global footprint now.

He was involved in creating and introducing some pathbreaking assessment and delivery products including automated spoken English assessments, candidate authentication service for high stake exams, digital marking in India and behavioral assessments for front line sales and leadership positions. He was responsible for establishing an offshore marking practice in India for exams in Europe. He has also worked extensively with experts in the field of IRT as well as item analysis and equating of large volume data in high stakes exams. At Talview, he has been instrumental in some of the key assessment product and services such as Talview Behavioral Insights and Proview – Talview’s remote proctoring solution.

He also currently provides strategic advice to Recruitment Tech and Ed Tech companies on assessment products.


Stuart Briner

Deputy Director, Digital Products and Services Innovation, Cambridge Assessment International Education


Stuart is a passionate advocate for the role technology plays in teaching, learning and assessment with over a decade of experience creating award winning e-learning and assessment resources and applications.

Formerly Head of Digital Products & Innovation at ABRSM, Stuart is now Deputy Director, Digital Products and Services Education at Cambridge Assessment International Education, working to further their onscreen assessment and learning capabilities.

Judges for the Best Practitioner of the Year Award & Lifetime Contribution Award

Your nominations for this award are voted on by private ballot of all of the members of the Board of the e-Assessment Association.

The Board of the Association is made up of both Corporate and Ordinary Members who are each voted in for a three-year term at our annual elections.

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