Gillian Cane was educated at Liverpool University and then, having won a Rotary International Foundation Scholarship, at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA.
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After returning to London, Gillian Cane worked for the British Electrotechnical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association researching government funding for small businesses with Richard Page MP.
Gillian then attended The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and went on to become the first woman ever to serve with The Royal Green Jackets, followed by a tour in Cyprus with 9 Signal Regiment.
Back in civilian life Gillian went to work as Manager, International Affairs with the Automobile Association and became the first woman to serve on the Management Council of the Alliance Internationale de Tourisme. Still with the Automobile Association Gillian managed the AA Magazine which, at the time, was the largest circulating magazine in Europe.
Following the birth of her two children, Gillian went on to work for herself in a variety of freelance positions including delivering talks and lectures around the country, and working within a closed community dedicated to recovering drug addicts and alcoholics.
The two children having grown up, Gillian is currently working at Oxford University, she is a director of the Army and Navy Club in London, and continues to have the pleasure of writing and giving talks on a variety of subjects.