Mark E. Ulfers Leadership Award 2013

Each year at their annual Worldfest, Frankfurt International School award the “Mark E. Ulfers Leadership Award” to an individual who has made an impact on the school community through his or her leadership.  This can be a faculty or staff member, a student or a parent.

The award in 2013 went to Kenny Macaulay, who spent five years at the school.

During those years he was involved in numerous ways in improving the level of cooperation and collaboration among the faculty and the administration, such as the establishment  of the Sports Management Group.  He showed strong leadership with parents and students going beyond the day-to-day coaching and athletics organisation.  He worked on a strategy entitled “We will develop and implement plans to improve the physical, social and emotional well-being of all FIS community members”.  And finally, we were told, his leadership extends beyond FIS.  He is a leading member of the ISST Executive Committee that coordinates top level varsity spots tournaments throughout Europe.

Dr. Paul M. Fochtman (left) and Dr. Michael McKay (right) with Alex Macaulay

Dr. Paul M. Fochtman (left) and Dr. Michael McKay (right) with Alex Macaulay

As Kenny Macaulay was unable to attend the Worldfest, the award was accepted on his behalf by his wife, Alex Macaulay.  It was presented by Dr. Paul M. Fochtman, Head of School, and Dr. Michael McKay, Chairman of the Board of Trustees.

 

 

About Graham Tappenden

Graham Tappenden is a British ex-pat who first came to Oberursel in 1993 and returned with his family to live there in 2003. He has been writing for AllThingsGerman.net since 2006. When not writing blog posts or freelancing for the Oberurseler Woche he works as a self-employed IT consultant solving computer problems and designing websites. In 2016 he gained German citizenship.

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