Welcome to my CV - I hope you find it
I have finally decided what I want to be when I grow up: Retired!
I am still working as a freelancer -- the only condition is that the contracts must be with my consultancy.
If you're just interested in the traditional, straight-laced
CV, here it is:
I'm about to decide what to be when I grow up. It has been a long and hard decision and I haven't been able to get the list down to less than 2 things.Consultant/mediator, and
But, what does a biostatistician do? Follow this link to find out !!
Seriously, my major activity at Germinal Knowledge has been consulting, but the range of projects has gone from high-level leadership and communication to mediation and conflict management to biostatistics.
It seems that when one of my two activities decreases, the other increases. It's good for business, I suppose, but sometimes it feels a bit schizophrenic...
Anyway, here are some of the major topics in my CV. Happy reading!
- My educational background (see my mathematical genealogy),
- My current professional activities as mediator,
- More about my other professional experiences,
- Ways to contact me, which I hope you do.
And here is the sordid story of my past as a mathematician, statistician and pharmaceutical person.
It occurs to me that some folks would like to see my publications, so here they are.
My "Role Model":
Vivre la France! Vivre la démocratie!!