Jemma’s Basic CV


Hello on this page of my website you will find a basic version of my CV outlining some of my experience, for all enquiries, a more detailed version and references please contact jb.a11y.solutions@gmail.com.

A lifetime dedicated to promoting the awareness, training and support of people with disabilities. A public speaker and Pioneer involved in several charities including being a lead fundraiser for Guide Dogs UK. Kind and Caring with a genuine love for helping people.

Education

Southampton Solent University Journalism
2008 – 2011
ST VINCENT’S COLLEGE
4 A Levels & 3 AS Levels
2005-2008

Personal Statement

An accomplished leader in disability awareness and support. Expert in technology, with a sound knowledge of Social Media, Microsoft and Mac systems. A confident public speaker that enjoys teaching an audience on important matters. Great communicator, fortunate to have been part of several panels and discussions. Locally as a supporter in the creation of social care work Projects for Southampton City Council and the NHS. Nationally as a part of the HEFCE Higher Education panel member involved in the accessibility of disabled people in a university environment and becoming the face and representative of Guide Dogs UK, fundraising, appearing in national papers and on Television.

Accomplishments

  • British Sign Language (BSL) Level 1
  • 17 Endorsements for blogging
  • 10 for journalism
  • 8 for Social media
  • Proven social net-worker
  • Guide Dogs Southampton Volunteer of the Year 2013
  • Award for more than 10 years as a volunteer

3 thoughts on “Jemma’s Basic CV

  1. Jenny, you’re an incredible helpful young lady. Your blogs gave me an insight of my impending Avastin cat 3 injection on my left eye. May I know where are you located? US, UK or Canada? Warm regards.Roger in Philippines.

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  2. Hi Jemma,
    I found a refreshing connection in your account of avastin injections and my similar experience. I was diagnosed with an idiosyncratic overgrowth of blood vessels behind the retina in my left eye in 2010 and had 3 Lucentis injections over a course of three months….the problem went away and my sight improved but now I am dealing with the issue once again. I am facing another onslot of injections [Avastin this time] …I just want you to know you are not alone…you are quite younger than [I am 37] but the situation is trying and frustrating, to say the least…thank goodness for the shots but upsetting that we must endure them at all….good luck to you.

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