Networking has a reputation as being something that only extroverts excel at. This book seeks to set the record straight and show that introverts are more than capable of being master networkers without making significant changes to their personality.
Accomplished professional with significant experience in business communications, journalism, public relations, marketing, administration, information technology and management. A highly creative entrepreneur who weaves technology, business and creative arts together. Exceptional skills in directing operations and providing services across diverse sectors for start-ups, SMEs, multinationals and government bodies.
Undergoing a career pivot, using past experiences, motivational and mentoring skills, and a quest for knowledge to take me personally and professionally into new areas. Academia is my new challenge, having qualified as a professional vocational teacher, and I am now working towards my doctorate. Oh, at the same time whilst trying to juggle several projects, research and deal with a chronic lung sickness (I am waiting to hear about lung transplant eligibility presently).
As an inquisitive sort of person I can't help not wanting to learn more, so do feel free to engage and share your research. If you have ideas for possible research (whether a need or a desire to collaborate), do get in touch!
I can, even with limited availability, help others when they have an interesting challenge or two. Through this website and social media learn more about some of the ways I can help you and your company.
If you don’t see what you are looking for then ask, and if I don’t know the solution I will, at least, try and point you in the right direction (and learn something new at the same time)
Latest Publications & Commentary
Young news consumers in Finland, at least, have high expectations for the news they read online, but they are often left wanting a study claims.
What does the reader want? Hard news, soft news, or general news? A major study of Spanish-language news appearing on a news aggregation service between 2006-2015 suggests that hard news is the audience’s overwhelming preference on the one hand, but when it comes to reading it then one’s preference can change!