After a career in the Army I entered the world of computing during the infancy of the technological revolution that we are current witnessing. I have had a 30-year career working around the world for the big IT companies and governments and I am currently working for the United Nations. Educationally I hold 2 BA Degrees, an MBA and have completed a PhD Thesis and am awaiting its challenge to finalise it.
Like most of us I have always had a deep interest in archaeology and history throughout my life, as my professional career has reached its zenith that interest has grown stronger.
The Society has had a long and illustrious past and I am pleased to be part of a Team that is shaping its new future. I am interested to see how my IT expertise can be utilised to help the Society attract a newer more IT savvy generation, without stepping away from our core ethos and values.
Interview with Lady Sondes and Lees Court Estate Manager Elizabeth Roberts
Mon, 04 Feb 2019
The Hon. Secretary of the KAS interviews Lady Sondes and her estate manager, Elizabeth Roberts to get the estate's perspective of the KAS archaeological excavations at Lees Court Estate. Listen→