Rosemary McCormack has over 30 years’ experience in managing and leading in private and public sector organisations. She prides herself on being an educated, talented, motivated and professional manager, leader and educator, who exhibits a high standard of professional integrity at all times.
Since 1997, she has been a member of the academic staff at Moray College UHI. Her job role for the past ten years, as an assistant director of curriculum and quality. Rosemary holds also, a number of other positions internally and externally to the college. Alongside her main role, she is the equality and diversity lead and practitioner for the college, has recently written, and published the colleges 2017 Equalities Mainstreaming Report, the 2017-2019 Set of Equalities Outcomes and the 2017 Gender Action Plan. She is a programme leader for the university on the BSc (Hons) Integrative Healthcare degree. Rosemary led the development of this degree, through to its successful validation in early 2017 (this degree being the only one of its kind in Scotland). She is an associate assessor with Education Scotland, an associate lecturer and mentor with the University of Dundee, an external verifier with both the Assessment and Qualifications Alliance and the Awarding Body Consortium. Until recently, she was also a senior external verifier for the Scottish Qualifications Authority, where she held this position for ten years.
Rosemary is a fellow with the Higher Education Academy, the Chartered Management Institute and the Institute of Leadership and Management. She is a member of the General Teaching Council for Scotland and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.
Amongst the various qualifications and skills set Rosemary holds, she has an MSc in Leadership and Management and a BA in Tertiary Education. She sees herself as being a ‘lifelong learner’ and believes that every day is a new day for learning and adding to her repertoire of life and professional achievements.