spotlight on: Alex Lee

May 28, 2016

Alex LeeAlex Lee has worked and studied in IT for over 15 years. Since 2007 he has been involved in campaigns around climate change and global justice.

He has always had an interest in the environment from walks in the Yorkshire Dales when he was a strapping young lad growing up in the hills of Yorkshire.

He has been part of WWOOF since 2012 when he took a holiday volunteering on a farm in Cornwall. He joined as a provisional director in 2013 and is now a full director.

He is mostly involved as an advisor on IT issues, and also helps out on the LLOOF project. As a freelancer, he works on Drupal and CiviCRM sites, as well as e-learning projects.

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