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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
Born and educated in Michigan USA, Deborah began her career in publishing with Macmillan Education. She then moved to Thomas Nelson in 1991 taking up roles in sales and later in marketing.
I developed in-depth understanding of the curriculum demands and resource requirements for teachers and learners in the primary, secondary, FE sectors and University sectors. It was through marketing and product development that she first began working on ICT projects and became excited by what multi-media and IT could bring to education.
My experience working with a range of suppliers focused on delivering products and services to Education service providers has confirmed her belief that education is the key to understanding and should be freely accessible by all. A one world view and recognition that it cannot be delivered by any government, institution or business acting alone. It requires collaborative action and we have the technology to make it happen.
‘The ICT revolution continues to create exciting and challenging opportunities in education. It is a win win situation for everyone and can fulfil the inclusive vision of the future.’
People, connections, education, technology
Sailing - two trans-Atlantic crossings, crewed on super yachts & tall ships.
Travel - traveled extensively to 4 continents
Entertaining - cooking - gardening - walking, hiking, family & friends
Recently re-located to the USA and currently exploring the educational landscape. I am searching for innovative technology solutions which would enable remote access and usability.
Solutions to address a range of challenges facing society including: remote area access, disenfranchised youth, etc.
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