Layton Montgomery

Since 2005 Layton has worked as a Senior Data Analyst with the Victoria State Department of Health in Melbourne, Australia.   In that role he develops and manages projects for data analysis, forecasting and database activities for the state.  He also produces short- and long-term forecasts of hospital in-patients and emergency departments.


In 2013 he also worked as a Learning and teaching Data analyst at Victoria University.  Earlier he was a Research Assistant at Charles Sturt University.  There he conducted a qualitative study of the status of flexible and blended learning at the university.


In 2003 he returned to Nepal to serve as the Executive Secretary for Mountain Forum, a global network of affiliated regional offices worldwide which supports sustainable mountain development through information and communication services. The secretariat office coordinated the activities of the regional offices and promoted sustainable mountain development at the global level.


Before coming to CIE Layton taught secondary school math and science and trained teachers in Nepal as a Peace Corps Volunteer.  He then transferred to Peace Corps in Botswana where he spent four years as a secondary school math teacher. 


Layton says he enjoys seeing the occasional updates from CIE. [4-21]




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