As a member of Inspired, we form part of a global group. With offices in London, Johannesburg, Bogota and Sydney, Inspired has regional teams to support our growing family of schools in Europe, Australia, Latin America and Africa. To manage this diversity, we draw upon our wide-ranging educational and operational management expertise to share best practice across our Group.





Nadim M Nsouli, Inspired Founder & Group Chairman

Nadim M Nsouli founded Educas, an education investment firm in 2013 to make an investment in Reddam House, a leading group of schools in South Africa. Since then, Nadim founded Inspired and led the growth of the group globally. Prior to that, Nadim was a partner at Providence Equity Partners, a private equity firm with $40 billion under management. Nadim was also a member of Providence's Global Investment Committee and led Providence's Education investment efforts in Europe and the Middle East.

Prior to joining Providence in 2006, Nadim was the European head of The Gores Group, a special situations private equity fund based in Los Angeles. Prior to Gores, he founded and managed Lago Ventures, a venture capital firm. Previously, Nadim was a member of the media and telecommunications investment banking teams of Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan in London. Nadim started his career in New York as a corporate lawyer at Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue. He received a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD with distinction, a Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science (magna cum laude) from Georgetown University.



Graeme Crawford, Reddford House Founder & Inspired Group President

Graeme Crawford is a renowned educator who began his career as a science teacher and believed that much more could be done to improve educational standards. Driven by his own negative schooling experiences, he began conceiving a school that could provide a rounded education through a dynamic new approach. This was aimed at maximising not just the academic standard, but also the confidence, potential and individuality of each child. Graeme opened his first school in 1993.

In the following five years the Crawford Schools grew to 6 in total. In 2000, he founded Reddam House. His impressive track record spans more than two decades and since 1993 Graeme Crawford’s schools have educated more than 32,000 students.

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Ronel Burger, Managing Director - Reddford House South Africa

Ronel Burger has had a long and varied career dedicated to educating children ranging from early childhood development to students at post-graduate level. She qualified as a teacher in 1971 with a Diploma in Education, obtained a Bachelor of Arts (BA. Education & Linguistics) at UJ in 1993 and completed her Master of Business Administration (MBA) at University of the Witwatersrand, 2012. Ronel contributes a myriad of experience to all aspects of education.


Grant Ferreira, Head Of Reddford House The Hills

Grant Ferreira is currently the Head at Reddford House The Hills. He has many years’ experience in the business and educational fields. He is well-educated, having obtained his PC Engineering Degree, as well as his MCSD Degree at Varsity College. Soon after obtaining these degrees, he felt the calling to the teaching profession. He obtained his B.Ed Degree in Human Movement Science and Sport Management and taught for eight years at a private school in Pretoria, where he was an Executive Committee Member, Head of House, and Head of Athletics. Because Mr Ferreira has strong leadership and relation-building skills, he was soon offered a position on the Anglo mines where he presented Safety and Leadership courses for three years. However, the calling to teaching remained strong, and he returned to the teaching profession. He remained in the profession and is now successfully steering Reddford House The Hills to a great future.

Besides teaching, Mr. Ferreira has another passion – soccer. He played semi-professional soccer for Arcadia Shephards and is co-owner of the Glenwegians Soccer Club. Being enthusiastic about sport, he managed to find the time to play in the Premier League Cricket for Tshwane Metro. He treats his staff, students, and parents with dignity, courtesy and respect, while also promoting open and critical exchange of ideas. He is a highly respected member of the community.