I have a PhD in Museum Studies.
That’s really not all that important. The Museum Studies part, that is. The part that is important is that I have a PhD. It’s important to you because it means I survived. I survived my PhD. That’s no small thing, really. I survived and, on surviving, found that I was so immensely grateful to the people who helped me through that I wanted to give back. So this is me, giving back.
In relation to that, I have two masters degrees, an undergraduate degree in the most useless subject imaginable, have lived in four countries, have traveled to many others, would like to travel to many more, have held twelve different jobs, am currently an independent researcher and museum contractor, and would very much like to publish a novel before I’m 35. Like life, it’s a work in progress.