Dale Anne McAulay

Dale started a new career in multimedia journalism after a fulfilling profession as a Mathematics teacher for 40 years. She has lived and worked in four countries – Canada, France, Hong Kong, and England and has travelled to over 50 countries. After retiring from teaching, she returned to university and achieved her Master of Multimedia journalism with Distinction at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) in 2018.

Always interested in learning new things and being part of a multicultural environment, Dale has embraced a variety of experiences, including volunteer work in Indonesian, riding a camel in the Rajasthan for 4 days, climbing Mount Fuji and Kota Kinabalu, and December 2019 climbed Kilimanjaro. She travelled to Ghana with the Rotary Club of Manchester to assist with bringing clean drinking water to the Village of Fievie Dugame and is hoping to return to help with other projects. Dale is currently learning to speak Mandarin.Dale top of Kilimanjaro Dec 2019

Some of Dale’s recent achievements in journalism comprise of developing this personal website as well as sitting on the production team and also writing for The Meteor. She is interested in social issues, with a particular concern for equality in education.

Dale holds degrees in mathematics and education, possesses teaching certificates from Ontario Canada, Hong Kong, and the UK and is a member of the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) as well as being a member of The Rotary Club of Manchester.

Originally the website was created as part of Dale’s Master’s Dissertation and she learned HTML and CSS to develop this website.