|Glen Stephen, Rosa & Terri|
Glen was born and raised in Kenya and educated in Scotland. The family moved to South Africa in 1972 where Glen completed a BA in Drama and Theatre Studies and a teaching diploma. He taught English and Drama in Eshowe and also at St Andrew’s College, Grahamstown. In 1986 he went abroad – ostensibly for a year – and stayed for 14, studying English as a Foreign Language in London and going on to teach English for Special Purposes to executives in the UK and Spain. He then ran the Teacher Training and Adult Learner division of a private company in Canterbury, designing cutting edge training courses in humanistic learning and running workshops for teachers in countries from Switzerland to Siberia. In 2000, after receiving his MA in Education and International Development, the lure of Africa brought Glen to Botswana where he worked at a teacher training college near Francistown before settling in Maun in 2003. He now runs a travel agency called Liquid Giraffe and is currently working through practitioner training in Tellington Touch for horses. He is often on the stage of Motsana and the photo result combines his passion for the theatre and his love for horses and dogs. Rosa – a Maun icon herself - is on the left and Terri (a relative newcomer to Maun) on the right.