This STEMNET resource introdces STEM Ambassador Graham Gannon who did a degree in Business Management at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
While at university, Graham teamed up with a computer science student to start Lime Websites, a web design business. They provide companies with content management and e-commerce systems to enable clients' products to be sold on-line.
Graham loves the problem solving aspects of his job and he also works in Norfolk schools as a STEM Ambassador. “The young people I visit in schools have some fantastic ideas – we run brainstorming sessions with them on some of the real-life technical problems we face as web designers. I like to show them that science, creativity and enterprise can, and should, go together.”
Graham is pictured with a section of binary code.
Photograph by Richard Cannon and provided by STEMNET.
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