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Fireside Chat with Tony Reeler

The new Bishops principal sat down virtually with ODs around the world, answering questions while outlining the challenges the school faces. A worthwhile watch to get insights into his thoughts.

The vision of the ODU strategy is "Bishops for Life" and its purpose "To connect the worldwide community of ODs with each other and Bishops".

What better way to do this but to engage with Tony Reeler, the new Bishops Principal and hear his early thoughts about the Bishops of the future and some of the challenges and opportunities he'll be facing. In an interactive meeting with him, building on the three-part interview with Tony conducted by Matt Pearce (1987G) earlier this year, ODs listened with interest to him outline his own personal and professional values and principles which he will bring to bear on Bishops. Tony proceeded to take questions from some of those on the call.

Thank you to Nicky Bicket (1973F), the UK Secretary, for arranging and hosting the meeting with excellence!


 

 

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