Mrs. Caroline Arnold
Educationist and Early Childhood Specialist; Former Global Director Education, Aga Khan Foundation
Caroline Arnold has 35 years of experience globally. She spent over 12 years as Director of Education at the Aga Khan Foundation, overseeing the education and early childhood portfolio across 17 countries in South and Central Asia, Eastern and West Africa, the Middle-East and Europe.
Prior to this, she spent many years living and working in South Asia and East Africa. She has been a staff member of UNICEF, International NGOs such as Save the Children and Action Aid, and Universities in London and the Pacific. She is a frequent contributor to multiple policy fora – national and international – and is the author of numerous publications in the area of Early Childhood Development, Transitions, Children’s Learning and the Meaning of Learning, Inclusion and Exclusion, Community-based Rehabilitation, and State/ Non-state partnerships.
Prof. Patrice Brodeur, Professor, Institute of Religious Studies, University of Montreal