Roy Richard Sawyer is currently living in Arizona.
He obtained a Master´s Degree in biology from a foreign University, where he specialized in neuropsychology. He also has a degree in Computer Science from BMCC, which he attained after moving to the States.
Since then, Roy has been working as a software quality engineer and web developer for a company in Florida. He has more than ten years of teaching experience and a long-standing interest in new computer technologies, psychology, and brain physiology. When he has some time to relax, Roy enjoys swimming in the ocean off the Florida coast or going for walks with his dog on Window Rock trail. He also enjoys traveling, particularly in the USA
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