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Margaret White, GraphologistI am one of this country’s leading graphologists. I trained with Francis [‘Frank’] Timberley Hilliger, Founder of the British Institute of Graphologists (1983) for four years, and worked with him on an ad hoc basis for a further couple of years following my completion of his course. Whilst still a pupil of Frank’s, in the late 1970’s I became a member of a group of students and colleagues who helped Hilliger lay the foundations for the Institute.

Over the following ten years, I organised and chaired the monthly meetings of the Institute and also acted as PR and Marketing Officer for the organisation. In 1986 I organised the British Institute of Graphologists first and only seminar for major companies in the City of London and other parts of the UK, explaining and encouraging the use of graphology at the Royal Aeronautical Society. In the following years I organised a series of seminars in the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London and also elsewhere throughout the UK.

I continue to serve on the Examination Board of the Institute, helping to set and mark the papers for Parts 1 and 3 of the internationally recognised Examination Process that we developed, and continue to develop, on a regular basis.

For many years I worked in commerce and industry, and on the 1st January 1985 I commenced practising as a Consultant Graphologist, providing a service to many national and international companies and corporations as well as to smaller private organisations and also members of the public.

Over the years I have also analysed the handwriting of both famous and infamous historical figures, from Christopher Marlowe and Sir William Kirkcaldy to Princess Diana, and more recently, Arne Larsson the Swedish Shipping Magnate.