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Neal Dilk

Neal Dilk


Neal is originally from Canada although he has spent almost his entire career in international schools overseas. Prior to his role at NAISR, Neal was the Head of School at Aoba-Japan International School in Tokyo, Japan. 

Over the course of his career, Neal has served as Head of School, Principal, Director of Curriculum, Head of Science, Science Teacher, Grade 4 Teacher, and Learning Support Teacher. Neal is actively involved with a number of regional and global international education organisations and also serves as an accreditor for the Council of International Schools (CIS).

  • M.Ed., Educational Leadership, Lehigh University - Pennsylvania, United States. 
  • Certificate of International Leadership, Principals' Training Center - Massachusetts, United States. 
  • B.Ed., Concurrent K-12, Brandon University - Manitoba, Canada.