Articles by

Guy Doza

As well as teaching English at a secondary school, Guy has also lectured on rhetoric and speechwriting at a range of world-leading universities. Before transitioning into education, Guy worked as a Speechwriter in the British Houses of Parliament as well as for a range of European civil services. In 2019, he gave a TEDxTalk at the University of Cambridge where he has just completed his second postgraduate degree. Guy Loves Star Wars and Marvel (and all things nerdy). He is a huge fan of VanLife and, when he has the time, takes his tiny little van on adventures around the UK!

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