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To introduce our Global Education Summit speakers to you, we asked them share with us what makes them proud as a global educator, what transforming education means to them, and how their work has changed in the past year. 

For more than 10 years, Arno Krug has been a global educator managing education-based organizations who is proudest in his work when he changes lives through education by delivering the best of Canadian education to students every day.  

To him, transforming global education means changing the world, one person at a time, in the direction of a global future.  

In the last year, his work has changed in many ways. He says “During COVID-19, we reinvented ourselves, our teams, our schools, and our families, to be able to continue the delivery of the best quality education of today in a different format and different way—fully hybrid.” 

About his work
As the CEO at Maple Bear Global Schools, Arno manages operations for 567 schools in more than 31 countries around the world. He oversees company structures, budgets, KPI management and financial sustainability. He also supports growth in the numbers of global schools and students by working closely with existing joint venture partners and new partners, as well as building new strategic relationships. Holding a BSc in Law, a Post Grad in Administration, two Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in Logistics and in Franchising, as well as many certificates such as Disruptive Strategies, Global Business and Leading Management in Education from Harvard Business School, Arno has served in many executive roles and companies including ALL Logistics, AB Inbev, Pearson PLC and Wall Street English. 

Hear Arno speak at the Global Education Summit 

Listen to Arno’s insights as a panelist for: The Global International School Market: Growth, Trends and Outlook from 7:40-8:25 a.m. EST. 

Learn more about Arno and our other panelists at the Global Education Summit by clicking here. 

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