Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment International Education
Christine Özden was appointed Chief Executive of Cambridge International Assessment Education in January 2019.
Christine began her career in international education at Cambridge University Press and has a wealth of senior leadership experience in the design, development and delivery of educational products and services, with a particular focus on publishing and assessment.
In her most recent role before joining Cambridge International, she was responsible for launching upper secondary level qualifications in the Middle East and Asia.
Christine believes strongly in the need to support the growing number of families and communities that are interested in and benefit from international education. She is committed to the ongoing development of Cambridge programmes and services worldwide and continuing to improve our offer to schools, their educators, students and parents.
She has worked in different educational contexts in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa and has lived in Vietnam, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and the UK.
Christine has an MA in Classical Arabic and Turkish from the University of Edinburgh and a Master’s in Business Administration from Warwick University.