Jane Mann is Managing Director of Cambridge Partnership for Education, part of the University of Cambridge. Jane has worked in educational publishing since 1997, at every level up to boardroom, and also spent 13 years as a consultant. She has significant experience in developing coherent solutions for education reform, working with heads of state, ministries of education, government agencies, civil society organisations, donor agencies and other educational organisations to design policy approaches, effective materials and infrastructures for sustainable reform. She is the Cambridge founder of the UNICEF-Cambridge-Microsoft Learning Passport initiative, which aims to find new solutions to educating refugee and displaced children; she is also a member of the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement (University of Cambridge). Jane is a BESA (British Educational Suppliers Association) Executive Council member, and is chair of the Women’s Education Suppliers Working Group.