Pamela McInroy is an Education Management Executive experienced in overseeing university, community college, and K-12 settings in a variety of leadership roles spanning Canada, Southeast Asia and the United Arab Emirates. Beginning her career as a high school English Teacher, Debating and Public Speaking Coach in independent schools in Montreal and Toronto, Pamela ventured to the UAE to lead a private K-12 School and assumed various roles in Higher Education over a 12-year period.
McInroy holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Queen’s University, a Master of Education Degree from the University of Toronto (Canada), and a CELTA from the University of Cambridge. She is an Ontario Certified Teacher and School Principal. McInroy’s community contributions include being a member of the Board for the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie, Alberta, as well as the Wapiti Homeless Shelter, Northreach Society, and the Grande Prairie Regional College Foundation. Passionate about teaching and learning, she hopes to bring this passion and her experience to the new role of Senior Director for the Sheikh Mohamad bin Zayed Community Programs at NYUAD.