That's me. myself.
My grandfather (whose decidedly British sense of humour I adore) thinks I’ve been doing little but collecting post-nominals since I was 18. The reality is somewhat different (I think).
As an international lawyer, I worked tirelessly in humanitarian and disaster law until shifting gears to explore global business, which had long been an interest of mine. My proudest moments prior to the shift include halting a man’s execution on ‘death row’ in Louisiana (twice) and fighting the sexual abuse of children by soldiers in Liberia.
To fund those desperately underpaid escapades, I set up a handful of small businesses – a few I sold, a couple I held onto – but all of which taught me a lot about entrepreneurship and innovation. I’ve been hooked ever since.