Our team is as diverse as the audience we serve, consisting of members with different personalities, cultures and experiences. A strong commitment and a passion for social impact and effecting positive change is what has brought us together.
We combine all our skills and knowledge to come up with new and creative ways of communicating with our readers and instigating positive social change across the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa.
We believe that teamwork, a constant desire to improve, and humbleness to our cause are the key ingredients to achieving our goals. However, none of this would be possible without the countless experts from around the globe who donate their time and knowledge. Working together, with an ever expanding community of dedicated men and women, we provide the necessary tools that can help change the world!
Dr. Susann Dattenberg-Doyle earned her doctorate in 1988 in Psychology at the University of Heidelberg. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a member of the American Psychological Association. In 2004, Susann set up the "Schools for Ghana Program" which became the first school in Kpoeta, Hohoe, Ghana. Currently 1,000 children are being educated and the programme was granted NGO status by the government of Ghana. On the 23rd of October 2006, Dr. Susann Dattenberg-Doyle was crowned as Mama Ngoryisi Dziwornu 1, Queen Mother of Gbi. Kpoeta, Upper Volta, Ghana. In 2014, she founded Right for Education as it stands today, a digital platform connecting millions of people across Sub-Saharan Africa in a quest to democratise access to vital information.
In her extensive work as a management consultant, Susann has implemented and driven forward organisational change on a global level and in various industries. In 2003, this culminated in the formation of Cannizaro with her husband Tom. As a consultancy with now over 1000 clients in 4 continents, Cannizaro focuses on delivering programs that enhance profitability through improvements to productivity and performance. Cannizaro now acts as the main corporate sponsor to R:Ed.
Susann is married and is a mother of three. Her daughter Imme Dattenberg-Doyle will inherit her title.
Iliana graduated from Oxford University in 2013 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music. During her Master studies at IE Business School in Madrid, Iliana successfully organised a Women in Leadership Panel in her role as Vice President of Speaker Series at the IE Net Impact Club. Furthermore, her volunteering experience at the IE Social Responsibility Forum in Madrid first allowed her to get an insight into the social start-up scene. Having graduated as a Dean's List Candidate from IE Business School, Iliana joined R:Ed in March 2016 when it only had 80,000 followers to continue her passion for women's rights and education as Managing Director at R:Ed. Her focus is on R:Ed's digital products and business development.
Camilla graduated from Oxford University with a Bachelor's Degree in Geography, during which she studied modules including International Development and Africa Development. Having worked at the world leading advertising agency M&C Saatchi as both a strategist and account manager, Camilla is now bringing the skills she learnt there to conduct her role as Director of Communications. Camilla has always conducted charitable work, having arranged a number of charity events, partaken in endurance races for different charities, to establishing the first pro-bono marketing department at her previous place of work. Her new role at Right for Education will allow her to combine her passions and bring about positive social change through the power of marketing and communications.
Essi holds a PhD in Sociology of Education from Aston University. In addition to her extensive knowledge in Applied Linguistics and Education Studies, she has more than 20 years of teaching experience in the fields of history and modern languages in the secondary sector. Having served as the head of two departments simultaneously, she was able to further her interests in developing teaching and learning programs and mentoring trainee and newly qualified teachers in schools in England. Essi first joined R:Ed in November 2016 with a series of written materials tailored specifically for pupils with special educational needs. As Director of Education Programs, she will be in charge of content and content strategy of R:Ed’s education resources.
In 1985, Eve was launch editor-in-chief of Elle Magazine in the US and edited the Sunday magazine for the News of the World and You Magazine for the Mail on Sunday. With regard to her TV career, she was the features editor for TV AM and devised the series Frocks-on-the-Box for TVS which ran for two series, twenty six shows in total. She also appeared as a regular participant in Through the Keyhole. She has been a guest panellist on Loose Women several times and is regularly seen reviewing the newspapers.
Eve was ITV’s correspondent for the Royal Wedding of William and Catherine in 2011 and part of the ITV team again in 2012 for the Diamond Jubilee coverage. She has reported the birth of the Royal children, and most recently the Queen’s birthday celebrations, including a Tribute programme on BBC Radio 2.
Eve has been a member of the Competition Commission’s Newspaper Takeover Panel appointed in 1999. Her publications include Jackie, a biography of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (1971), and four jointly written novels: Splash (1995) Best of Enemies (1996), Double Trouble (1997) and Unfinished Business (1998). Eve was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2008 Birthday Honours.
She has been Vice-Chairman of the women’s health charity "Wellbeing of Women" since 2003 and was recently appointed Chairman of the BBC Radio 4 panel, named as one of the UK's 100 Most Powerful Women.