Elizabeth Davis
  • Female
  • United Kingdom
Share on Facebook Share
  • Blog Posts
  • Discussions
  • Events (1)
  • Groups (1)
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Elizabeth Davis's Friends

  • Erica Piasecka
  • Tony Page
  • Irene MacWilliam
  • Linda Williams
  • Melanie Greene
  • Bob MacKenzie
  • David F McAra

Elizabeth Davis's Groups

 

Elizabeth Davis's Page

Profile Information

Where do you live and work (City)?
Norwich (UK); Wavre (Belgium). Previously: Oman, London, France, West Bank
What are your top professional skills?
Networking, communications, interpersonal skills, Arabic, French, research, aspiration
What kinds of management education and development services are you involved in?
Education in schools and for asylum seekers; social work
What is your main interest in the AMED network?
education, networking, social, collaboration, personal development
What do you do for your own development?
Travel; initiate discussions; smile

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of The AMED Network to add comments!

Join The AMED Network

At 9:17 on June 5, 2017, Bob MacKenzie said…

Hi, Beth

Welcome to the AMED Network. 

How about posting an image of yourself, so that you and your new-found friends can connect more readily over time/space?  Kind regards.  bob

 
 
 

Latest Activity

Bob MacKenzie left a comment for Michael Giddings
Friday
Jerome Hale is now a member of The AMED Network
Friday
Ruth Elizabeth Slater updated their profile
Thursday
Bob MacKenzie updated an event
Dec 4

O&P News

O&P back issues now for sale. 

We have a rich library of O&P issues and individual articles in electronic format going back to 1994, just waiting for you. Copy of order form for back issues of e-O&P in MS Word format.

 

Make sure you can reach the Full AMED Members' page or the O&P Subscribers' page to download the latest edition.

Not yet a member or subscriber?
Click here for synopses of recent editions.

© 2018   Created by AMED Admin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service