Avreeayl Womack O'Neil
|Avreeayl Womack O'Neil|
|Born||August 10, 1972|
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Avreeayl Womack O'Neil (born August 10, 1972) is an American Vice Principal / High School Deputy Principal. He has worked both overseas and in the American independent school system.
Career & Life Style
Avreeayl Womack O'Neil was born on August 10, 1972 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He is a dedicated, globally-minded international educator, who has worked both overseas and in the American independent school system. He has more than nine years of educational experience in various capacities: Middle School Dean, English Head of Department, Athletics Director, and Dean of Student Affairs. He is currently employed as the Middle School Dean at Campbell Hall Episcopal in North Hollywood, California, USA. Prior to this position, he was the Dean of Student Affairs at Fudan International School in Shanghai, China. Avreeayl Womack O'Neil holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Business and a global MBA from Thunderbird University. He has a certification in Educational Leadership and is currently pursuing an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from the College of New Jersey. He is conversant in Spanish and Mandarin.
With more than 75 nationalities represented on campus and an academic body of more than 30 nationalities, it’s fair to say SAIS has a diverse make-up of both students and staff. Then, of course, there’s the curriculum. “As an International Baccalaureate (IB) school, celebrating diversity is fundamental in our approach,” says Avreeayl Womack, Deputy High School Principal at SAIS. “The IB Program promotes the importance of international-mindedness and intercultural understanding while emphasizing multilingualism and engaging on a global scale.”
Appointed As Vice Principal
After conducting a global search with more than 40 applicants expressing interest in the Vice Principal position, They are happy to announce that They have appointed Avreeayl Womack O'Neil for the position commencing with the 2018-2019 academic year.