The New Year marks a fresh start and new beginning for many. Despite the unusual start to 2021, SupplyWell is still embracing the opportunities that will unfold in the early months of the new year. Excitingly, Emma Morris has joined the SupplyWell team as the latest staff acquisition for the ‘ed-tech for good’ company.
Emma has joined SupplyWell as a Teacher Partner! This role means that she is instrumental to growing our fantastic teacher community, helping them to navigate their careers and to find fulfilling roles in our partner schools.
Emma joins us as a former teacher who left the profession at Christmas having amassed 18 years across numerous middle leadership positions over that time. Emma’s experience and insight means that she understands the issues and problems we are solving in education. She will be instrumental to help deliver our vision to teach more, earn more and smile more.
Thoughts from SupplyWell
SupplyWell’s CEO and Co-Founder Micheal Heverin said “SupplyWell are extremely thrilled to be welcoming Emma Morris to the team as our Teacher Partner. Emma has been a supporter and champion for SupplyWell for a while, and it is fantastic that she is joining us as a permanent team member. Emma’s first hand experience of the teaching profession is so valuable, she is a real asset to SupplyWell. Although 2021 hasn’t had the start that we had all hoped for, we are very enthusiastic to have Emma’s contribution to our growing company, and look forward to what the rest of the year will bring.”
As well as welcoming Emma Morris into the fold, SupplyWell have also recently given opportunities to two local Merseyside new starters: Louis as a Junior Developer and Sophia as a Communications and Marketing Executive. The Liverpool area is bursting with talented individuals who are keen to start working post college and university, a difficult task in regular years but even more so now with many young people struggling to navigate the intimidating waters of the Covid-19 workscape. SupplyWell look forward to growing further in 2021.