I originally worked in IT, as a systems developer and data consultant and for some years was an IT trainer.
I eventually left the corporate world to pursue a freelance career, teaching IT and maths in a community college, and providing IT support to individuals and small businesses. Following formal teacher training, I taught maths in secondary schools for over ten years.
Since 2016 I’ve been working for EASL on a part-time basis. My role is essentially business support, supporting the delivery of training courses, providing first line IT support to the staff, and looking after filing and staff rotas.