Chief Executive of Cambridge English Language Assessment
Saul Nassé was appointed Chief Executive of Cambridge English Language Assessment in March 2014.
Saul studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University and spent three years as a research scientist at Cranfield University, before joining the BBC. In a 23 year career at the corporation he was Editor of prime-time science show Tomorrow’s World, Head of Religion & Ethics and General Manager of BBC Worldwide Productions in Mumbai, where he was responsible for the Indian version of Strictly Come Dancing.
His last job at the BBC before joining Cambridge English was as Controller of BBC Learning, where he ran the department that commissioned and produced the BBC’s education programmes and websites. These included Stargazing Live, BBC Food, Bitesize, and the innovative new learning online product, iWonder.