Emily A. Tabamo
School-in-Charge of a small National High School with a heart to promote Women's right and inclusion.
Ms Emily brings to her job a high degree of vitality and a refreshing pedagogy in her seventeen years of service in the Department of Education. She is a great asset, not only in the school, but in the community as a whole. She played a vital role in the development and implementation of all educational programs and projects in the school.
Being the Learning Action Cell (LAC) Coordinator and Gender and Development (GAD) Coordinator, she incorporated the use of technology to best effect in her daily routine as a leader. Her presence in the school is respected by the teachers and her contributions, beyond the regular curriculum, are exemplary. She is independent and has a strong sense of responsibility. She knows how to prioritize priorities. She can juggle multiple tasks at once without compromising the others. She works well even under pressure.
As a good leader she is able to establish an honest connection with her peers. She banks on a relationship based on trust and reliability. On negative situations, being a good business leader, she knows how to diffuse them and help give her team peace of mind. She develops a stress-free work environment which often garners the most results, and sometimes all that is necessary to help push her team forward with a healthy dose of humor in the face of difficulty.
It is without hesitation that I highly recommend her for the teaching position she applied for in your school. She is a great asset to any school and will surely have a positive effect on any developing mind under her influence.
With gratitude, I am anticipating for a positive response on this matter should her qualification merits your favorable consideration.
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