Proserpina holds degrees in Sociology, Public Administration, French Linguistics and Phonetics, French as a Foreign Language, International Education and Organizational Behaviour; having studied at the University of Swaziland, Universite de Grenoble, Universite La Sorbonne – Paris, College of New Jersey and Heriot Watt Business School. She is an international educator and school leader, passionate about education and strongly believes that we are all learners and that learning should be an unforgettable and ongoing experience. She has seen the potential strength and influence school leaders have in positively building and leading school communities, thus her desire to work with more school leaders as they aspire to find balance between managing and influencing. She has worked in state, private and international schools, as well as educational organizations such as International Baccalaureate, United World Colleges and at government level. In her diverse roles, Proserpina has collaborated with; OECD, the Ellen MacAuthor Foundation, EdCrunch, Ashoka, Council of International Schools, Teach for All, UNESCO and the Al Futtaim Educational Foundation. She is currently working on several projects with; Edumentor Ltd. (Kenya), EKM Global Consulting (Germany/Azerbaijan) , Global Education Advisors (USA), Alchemy of Learning (UAE), Africa Learning International (Switzerland), RT Consulting (UK), International Baccalaureate (Netherlands), The Academic Zone International Schools (Eswatini) and Early Years Consultancy (Nigeria). She is also part of the International Baccalaureate Educator Network (IBEN) and a member of AISA, African International Schools Association.
She is a volunteer in the Diversity Collaborative and continues to write on diversity and inclusion in international education, and to mentor school leaders and teachers across the world.
Proserpina has been invited as a guest speaker to speak to diverse audiences on topics such as: Education as a tool for growth, Cultural Sensitivity in International Education, Imposter Syndrome, Diversity and Inclusion to name but a few.
She was awarded the Distinguished Alumnus Award by the College of New Jersey.
Proserpina has lived, studied and worked in Eswatini, the USA, Ethiopia, France, South Africa, Switzerland, Germany, UAE and is presently based in the UK.