Dr June Fileti
Dr June Fileti is the managing director of the International School of Musicians (ISoM), based in Newham, East London. June has over 30 years of experience in music education, leading government initiatives specialising in the primary classroom and as a senior examiner in the performing arts sector. She has a professional doctorate from Nottingham Trent University, which resulted in an action research study that provided cultural capital and social justice for children in music education in 65 primary schools in Newham.
Her research interests are in education, assessment and learning technologies that support and enhance the cultural field of music education for both the learner and teacher. June has presented and published papers at the European Association for Music in Schools in Latvia (2018) and Sharq Taronalari Conferences in Uzbekistan (2017, 2019 and 2021). Most recently, she presented her research on post-colonial cultural hegemony in music education at the North American British Music Studies Association (NABMSA) conference at Illinois State University (July 2022) and at The Music, Research, and Activism conference at the University of Helsinki (May 2023).
June’s ethos is rooted in accessibility and inclusivity and, through ISoM, breaking down barriers to provide world-class music education and assessment opportunities globally for everyone through digital innovation.