Having spent time in America and France working in the private sector, Anne returned to Ireland where she has been involved in training and education. Anne was the County Kildare Advocate for Early School Leavers for 10 years. She then developed and secured the funding for a peer-led health education programme and was directly involved in delivering the programme to over 10,000 secondary school students throughout Ireland over a 9 year period. Anne is passionate about the impact of technology on Homo sapiens, in particular on the young, and following 2 years of research has submitted her works for publication. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from UCD, a Masters Research in Education from UL, an Advanced Diploma in Personal, Leadership and Executive Coaching, a QQI level 6 ‘Train the Trainer’ Certificate, and QQI Level 6 Training and Development, Special Purpose Award. Anne is delighted to have the opportunity to be working with CyberSafeKids to help children, parents and teachers enjoy the benefits of technology in a smart, safe and responsible manner.