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Following a lifetime in financial journalism Lucy Kellaway turned to teaching. Today Lucy is an economics and business studies teacher in a London comprehensive school. It’s a long way from the corporate culture she satirised so convincingly through her alter-ego, Martin Lukes, in the Financial Times.
At the FT Lucy worked as Energy Correspondent, Brussels Correspondent, and as a writer on the Lex column. For Lucy working at the Financial Times was ‘the world’s nicest job’. Nevertheless she made the change to teaching, ‘this most noble of professions’. As a well a being a teacher herself, Lucy is a co-founder of the education charity, Now Teach, dedicated to bringing older people into teaching following a change from their first career, especially in STEM subjects.
And in addition to her new career, Lucy continues to write. And to speak.
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