Cruise Ship Speakers

IT, Computing, Internet & Social Media
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Bill Belew
History and Impact of Social Media and Social Networks
PhD, Professor of Social Media Marketing
Coming from: Sunnyvale,  California  USA
Bill spent a half dozen years in the US Navy climbing the enlisted ranks and making the jump to Lieutenant where he served as a Surface Warfare, Communications and Intelligence Officer. After his military time, Bill spent nearly 20 years in the Far East – Japan, China, Russia and India where he taught university and created and grew his own language school throughout Japan and Far East Russia. Bill speaks to audiences of all sizes and has a network of 4000+ individuals who follow him in the Silicon Valley Bay Area to learn about Social Media and Internet marketing.

Karen Bohringer
The Internet and the World Wide Web
Coming from: Surfers Paradise,  Queensland  Australia
While the Internet and the World Wide Web can be rather serious topics, Karen brings to each of her presentations a fun, light-hearted and entertaining vibe with an attention grabbing, professional PowerPoint slideshow for each. Gaining her IT qualifications from Harvard University and The American Institute of Computer Programming and with a career spanning over 30 years, Karen has spoken for or consulted for several Fortune 500 companies as well as Australian legal bodies. Karen has lectured in many computer related topics ranging from basic computer introduction to advanced computer programming and is very much looking forward to entertaining your cruise guest.

Peter Enser
Social history of information & communication technology
Coming from: Uckfield,  East Sussex  UK
Peter is Emeritus Professor of Information Science in the University of Brighton. He has had a long career as an academic, distinguished by his work with library, archive and computer science communities in semantic image retrieval research. Peter’s interest in information provision, communication and transport has continued into retirement. His fascination with the social history associated with these technologies provide a rich source of material for his informative and entertaining presentations, all of which are highly illustrated.

Roger Evans
Information Technology
Lecturer on CyberWarfare, CyberSecurity and other Computer Topics
Coming from: Waterlooville,  Hampshire  UK
Roger has lectured widely on CyberWarfare, CyberEspionage and CyberSabotage amongst his other talks on Computer related topics. As an Instructor at the Oracle Academy his knowledge of Java Programming led him into the world of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking and is very comfortable keeping the audience informed on what is happening throughout CyberWorld. Today it is about tackling the ISIS threat but CyberWorld changes so rapidly it may be a different threat tomorrow. Roger has a passion for Educating his audience and does so with humour and enthusiasm.

Louise Le Marquand
IT and Internet & Ancestry Research
Coming from: Burley-in-Wharfedale,  West Yorkshire  UK
Louise has worked in computing for over 40 years in a variety of roles, often working at the forefront of technology. She retired in 2009 after spending 17 years running a successful IT company. On retirement she wanted to help people to get to grips with computers and the internet by teaching adult education classes on the subject. Some years ago Louise also developed an interest in her family history and has been researching it ever since. She has traced her Jersey ancestors back as far as 1600!

Patricia and Ian Roberts
All at Sea with Computers
Computer IT Specialists
Coming from: Perth,  Scotland  UK
Pat was a business woman with her own printing company for many years before taking a teaching degree in Business Management and Computing. Ian was a Government Research Scientist for almost 40 years, specialising in the detection and identification of viruses, primarily of plants and insects. Together, with their love of travel, and Pat's IT education, they enjoy presenting lectures in all aspects of computing skills to passengers on cruise ships.

John Wilcock
Archaeology, History, Science & Computing
MA(Oxon), BSc, PhD, CEng, FIET, FBCS, CITP
Coming from: Stafford,  Staffordshire  UK
Dr John Wilcock read Physics at Oxford University then worked for 7 years as an Engineer in the computer industry (1st and 2nd generations), before entering academia in 1969. He was one of the first world practitioners in Computer Archaeology (the application of computers to archaeological research). Categories include Archaeology, Egyptology, History, Computing, Espionage, Codes & ciphers, Science, Geology and Music. See full profile for suggested list of stand-alone and destination-based topics.