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Gemma Cullinane Joins The Foundation As Commercial Enterprises Manager

We welcome Gemma Cullinane to The Princethorpe Foundation.
13 Feb 2024
School News

At the start of the Lent Term, Gemma Cullinane joined the Foundation as our new Commercial Enterprises Manager.

Following 16 years in the hospitality industry, Gemma has spent the past two years within education in commercial and business development roles. She brings to us vast experience in events management, revenue analysis and generation plus business development.

Her spare time is often spent with her two daughters and husband. They are an active family, and enjoy travelling, sport (in particular Rugby), music and food.

Gemma is keen to create a dynamic Commercial Department at Princethorpe. There are lots of ideas and plans for the future with fantastic opportunities and potential. Right now, she is busy doing analysis and research to get the building blocks right. Her plan is to develop more non-fee income streams to help support the education of our pupils through building a Commercial Department that strives for excellence, quality and sustainable growth, and all while embracing the core ethos of the Foundation.


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