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Dillon Wolfe

Dillon Wolfe Admissions and Marketing

Assistant Director of Admissions

Following my Social Sciences diploma in 2007, I attended the University of Leeds (U.K) where I gained my B.A.(Hons) in Social Work. For the last three years I have been a Child Protection Social Worker in Leeds. Previous to this role I worked in the Hospitality & Catering Industry where I was a Company Director for a restaurant and bars business in the same city. As a social worker I worked with some of the most vulnerable and troubled families in the city. I greatly valued my work and have skills and knowledge that I sincerely hope may of benefit to our community here.

Those with small children will know that one’s time is mostly theirs. But when they are as ebullient as ours, it is (mostly) a pleasure. When I can, I enjoy reading non-fiction, watching the next big thing on Netflix and listening to a wide range of music. I like nothing more than long walks punctuated by chocolate ice cream and I have a keen interest in sociology and particularly like reading research around areas of Post-Modernism. I also like to keep myself updated on research around child development and well-being.

My work brought me into the lives of a diverse range of families with issues ranging from chronic abuse and neglect to family dysfunction and intra-personal issues. I have worked with children from newborn to 17 years old and provided support and expertise to promoting their welfare and development. My work dove-tailed on most occasions with the children’s schools as well as work in the home so I am familiar with working inter-professionally with my teaching colleagues.

 

Early in 2014 my wife and I made the decision to work abroad. When the opportunity came up at the school for my wife (who is a music teacher) we relocated with our two young sons to Houston in August 2014.

 

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