Marie-Louise was born and educated in Grahamstown, South Africa. In 1999, she acquired a Teacher’s Diploma through the Anglo American Institute in Mexico. Additional qualifications are Certified Educational Brain Researcher (2006) from University of Washington, Seattle USA and Certified Graphologist (2008) from International Handwriting University, USA.
She has had a most varied career starting with the Department of Foreign Affairs, South Africa where from 1982 to 1985 she worked as a Foreign Assistant & Cryptographer at the Embassy of South Africa in Washington DC, USA. From 1986 to 1994 she worked as a data technician at the International Telecommunications & Satellites Organization (Intelsat). From 1999 to 2012 she turned her hand to teaching and has also practised as a Graphologist (from 2008 to present) and as an Educational Brain Researcher (from 2006 to present). She has been interviewed and quoted in numerous books and has also published specialist articles in her chosen fields. She now lives in Mexico City, Mexico with her Mexican husband, two daughters, two stepsons, four step-grandchildren, five dogs and one cat. Her hobbies include knitting and crocheting, and she is an avid Mahjongg and tennis player.
Pusuing New Opportunities
December was Marie-Louise’s last blog for us, and she is now pursuing new opportunities. You can keep up to date with Marie-Lousie on her Facebook page Cerebro Graphologist