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I began my working life by succefully completing a 4yr indentured electrical engineering apprenticeship for a company based in Birkenhead.  Following the depression in the construction industry in the late eighties I returned to education to undertake a degree from Sheffield University in Infomatics, a hybrid degree in information technology and business management.
 
I worked as a consultant for companies such as Compaq, IBM and  Toshiba before taking a post with  a large global company in Finland who sent me to the Cranfield School of Management to further my managerial accreditations as I traveled and worked for them across Europe, the Scandinavian countries, the USA  and Canada before accepting an IT Directors role with an American/Israeli Firm.
I am currently serving my second term as the Councillor for the ward of Eastham in Wirral South where I have lived for over fifty years.
LibDem Dept Leader and spokesperson for the Children and Familys overview and scrutiny committee, along with a seat on the looked after childrens corporate parenting board. 
I Chair Wirral's anti slavery group and sit on the Merseyside Pensions Fund, one of the largest funds in the country. 
Chair of Governors in my local primary school and I have  held a weekly advice surgery at the local library for over six years helping residents from not only Eastham but from Bromborough, Bebington, Clatterbridge, New Ferry and as far afield as Birkenhead.
  Wirral
Councillor
Elections
I have succefully fought two local elections.
One to gain my seat on the council and the second to defend it which I did with over 50% of the vote.
I stood for the Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner in 2016 increasing our vote from %3 to %13.4 with just under 35,000 votes. and have previously fought a general election.
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