Revd Prof Linda Morgan (Chair)
Linda’s association with Africa began as a secondary school teacher in Botswana in the 1970’s. She is a clinical biochemist, who has worked both in the NHS and University sector, and is a Non-Stipendiary Minister at Holy Trinity Church, Claygate.
Roger is a retired Civil Servant who has extensive experience in overseas development work. He has past involvement in Northern Uganda, working with a charity that aided internally displaced persons during Uganda’s civil war with the Lord’s Resistance Army.
Steve has previously worked for Tearfund in Western Uganda, developing and supporting hospital services. He is currently a COO in the commercial sector, with skills in business strategy and finance.
Dr David Barnardo
David is a retired Consultant Physician in the NHS and Private sectors who, on retirement, fulfilled a number of roles in the Voluntary sector, chairing amongst others, Barnardo’s. David has just retired again and Faith in Action Community Development is now his only trusteeship.
Ruth is a Clinical Nurse Specialist with a background in Cardiology and more recently in Palliative Care. Ruth’s first experience of Africa was in 2010 when she worked with a church based in the townships of Cape Town, supporting orphans and those affected by HIV. Ruth also helped with a project teaching teenagers, to raise awareness of HIV in their communities, Ruth went to Kenya with Africa Inland Mission in 2014/15 and worked as a volunteer nurse at Kijabe Hospital near Nairobi.
Miriam volunteers for a variety of organisations, including the Prince’s Trust, her school PTA and Anstee Bridge (supporting young people build confidence and resilience). She brings her marketing experience to Faith in Action Community Development.