From a young age I developed a passion for Biology and its many applications. In 2003 I graduated with honours in Biological Sciences, specialising in Microbiology, from Birmingham University in the U.K. After spending six months traveling in Australia, I returned to the UK to work, and secured a job at Siemens Med Dx in North Wales, where I worked as an immunoassay scientist and an immunoassay team leader. I worked in this role for three years, before deciding to become a Biology teacher.
I have now been teaching High School Biology for more than a decade, having worked in large comprehensive schools in North Wales, and London. My educational roles include: teacher in charge of Applied Science, assistant SENCO and eco-garden group leader.
I am a very active individual and enjoy running, yoga and fire poi and as a teenager I was a competitive swimmer and triathlete. I very much enjoy working with young people and having the opportunity to help them to grow and develop into the best version of themselves. Joining St Andrews International School Bangkok and working in the international environment has been a long standing dream of mine and I am very proud to be part of such a positive and nurturing school.