Ubuntu Leadership Projects

Braaap University
Braaap University

Founded by Brad Smith at just 17years of age and turning over a million dollars in its first year, braaap is an incredible Australian success story. read more →

AOBA Japan International School
AOBA Japan International School

Peter was initially employed as a teacher but his leadership and understanding of education was soon recognized. read more →

Skagerak (Norway)
Skagerak (Norway)

Peter led a team of educators in the international school’s first three years of existence. read more →

Royal Bafokeng Institute
Royal Bafokeng Institute

Peter consulted to RBI to assess and advise on the improvement of the professional development program that caters for 25 schools and 60,000 students. read more →

Bard – New York City
Bard – New York City

In 2001 Mark was part of a small team that founded a new high school in New York City. read more →

Summit Adventure Park
Summit Adventure Park

An education venue that makes you go “WOW!” read more →

Australian Swimmers
Australian Swimmers

In the lead in to the Bejing Olympics Mark spent a year advising the Australian Swimming Coach Ian Pope on how read more →

Navajo Reservation
Navajo Reservation

In 1998 Bob & Jane Toll, of Toll Industries, sponsored 40 under-privileged inner-city African American students read more →

Publications
Publications

Parenting Freak Ability
Rise Above
Back off Bully
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Interlocken
Interlocken

The Interlocken Centre for Experiential Education was a summer camp in New Hampshire USA. read more →

Simunye Project
Simunye Project

Passionate about changing lives in Africa, Peter co-founder this nonprofit organization to significantly help and bring global awareness to poverty issues in parts of Africa. read more →

Camp Aspire
Camp Aspire

If it is not the best four days of your life, you can have your money back! read more →