New Delhi: The Indian School of Hospitality (ISH), a hospitality college that has set out to transform the educational landscape within the country, has announced the appointment of Ms. Martha Collett as the new Dean of the institute.
Ms. Collett, was the Regional Manager of CATHSSETA (Culture, Art, Hospitality, Travel and Tourism, Sport and Sectoral Education and Training Authority) South Africa and previously worked in the areas of curriculum development, facilitation, moderation and assessment. In her new role as Dean of Indian School of Hospitality, Ms. Collett will oversee academic programs and bridge with stakeholders, representatives and students.
Speaking on her appointment, Ms. Martha Collett said, “Indian School of Hospitality is recognized for its academic excellence in international hospitality management. It gives me immense pleasure to be part of an institution that has transformed the education space in India. I look forward to contribute to the best of my expertise and be part of the leadership to build a world-class institute.”
Ms. Collett holds a 4-years Master’s degree in Business Leadership from the University of South Africa and her thesis was on ‘Service in India’, a Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management from University of South Africa, Occupational Diploma in Education, Training and Development Practices from OMNI and a BA degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of South Africa. Prior to working with CATHSSETA, she has worked with airlines such as SAA, SA Express and Jet Airways and was responsible for crew, training and catering management. She is an experienced skills development facilitator, curriculum developer, programme facilitator, assessor and moderator and a strong leader with a passion for inspiring and supporting people.
On the new appointment, Mr. Dilip Puri, Founder and CEO, Indian School of Hospitality said, “With the magnitude of experience Ms. Collett holds, I am enthralled to have her join us as the new Dean of Indian School of Hospitality. We look forward to her new approach and diverse skill set she brings with her. We will continue to work closer to design new pedagogy and enhance the efficiency of Indian School of Hospitality as a whole.”