Hi everyone, I guess it’s my time to tell you a little bit about myself. Above is a picture of me, incase you don’t know which one is me, I’m the second one from the left.
My name is Adam and I have been here at The HUB since January 2015. I was born at a very young age, and I like to think of myself as a good samaritan, washed-up athlete and an especially gifted napper. I have a beautiful pet dog called Brie, who I love in the same way women in commercials love yoghurt. I recently gave up FIFA 16 and so my productivity has increased dramatically. I’m not sure how many problems I have as maths is one of them, but I am real and I hope some of my followers on Twitter are too!
The job I do here at The HUB is #iHUB, which is all about teaching internet and technology safety to students, teachers, carers, parents and anyone else who wants to listen. Which is lucky, as I am a massive technology geek, and fascinated by the huge potential of the world wide web. I try to incorporate technology into the presentations I give, making them as current and valid as possible.
An amazing team environment is what I love the most about working at The HUB, with all the staff working together to offer support to young people, and seeing a real difference in people’s lives. The team also make great cups of coffee, apart from Rosie, she tried to poison me once with out-of-date milk and since then I turn down all offers of hot drinks from her. I think it was a clever plan to get out of making hot drinks, should have thought of that myself.
In my spare time I love going for walks with my dog on the beach, which mainly consists of me walking and her sniffing rocks. I also love cooking, and magic (not at the same time, thats how accidents happen, although could be a new unique act for Britain’s Got Talent).
Oh I just thought of another thing, also, I am amazing at parallel parking!
I know this has been a bit light-hearted, hopefully you can see I think I am hilarious, but the bit about the amazing work the team here at The HUB does is genuine. They are so passionate, proud and wonderful that it is honestly a privilege to work with them, and seeing all the young people engaging with the sessions I give for iHUB always puts a smile on my face.