GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA, January 5, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proclaims Penny Smith as an honorable member of the society of premier professionals as a result of her remarkable work in the education industry. As Director of Count, as well as throughout her outstanding professional career, Penny has consistently demonstrated the dedication, determination, and skills necessary to be considered among the top experts in her field.
Count is a nonprofit organization interested in providing innovative, dynamic, empowering, and sustainable educative solutions beyond the existing formal schooling system. Looking to pull together a larger part of the community into a common effort to support education in South Africa, Count has a widely recognized name for its integrity, noble goals, and qualified personnel.
Penny Smith is an amazing figure with a notable personality. Impressive, creative, exceptional are just some of the epithets that could accurately characterize her as a teacher and as an individual. Her experience has led her through 3 different school systems, curriculum changes and reviews. She came out with enough knowledge to be considered an inexhaustible source of information, knowledge, and solutions. Penny perceives education as a means of coping not only with professional challenges but with life itself. She is an educator, mentor, and an advisor by nature.
Penny studied Political Science and English at the Hebrew University. She has developed her passion for mathematics throughout her vast experience and has grown to be among the best educators. Penny has offered the chance of a better life to many children who have studied with her. She has marked the lives of numerous people in the most important part of their existences. She is a member of the Helen Suzman Foundation, Institute of Race Relations, Association for Mathematics Education of South Africa, and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
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