Neil Roskilly retirement

28th August 2020

ISA is indebted to Neil Roskilly for his leadership of the Association, as Chief Executive Officer for the last 11 years. During this time Neil has transformed ISA in many ways. ISA colleagues, Executive and Members wish him all the best for a long and happy retirement.

Neil writes:

“It has been a deep honour to serve ISA’s Members over the last eleven years. We’ve more than doubled our membership in that time and I believe that the association is now quite unique, not just in the range of services it provides, but in the values that underpin everything it does. We are a charity, with firm financial and governance underpinnings, and with an unrivalled range of services for our Members. The team at ISA HQ is simply outstanding. There’s recognition at the highest levels that ISA is the most representative association in the sector, truly reflecting all that is good about independent education in the UK.

Most importantly, ISA is a service-led organisation where Members support each other and ISA’s officers generously volunteer their time to help ensure that all schools benefit from membership. Fundamentally, we recognise that if our Members are supported, they in turn will ensure that the children in their care, from whatever background, will receive the best chances in life and will go on to change the world for the better.”