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Meet the board

Meet the board

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Duncan Milroy

Duncan is a Chair of the Board of Trustees. He has worked in senior management roles in the UK charity sector since 2002 after a career in the international oil industry.

 

Until recently Duncan was Chief Operating Officer of StreetInvest , a UK charity promoting outreach work to support street children. He is a qualified accountant, and has frequently visited Rwanda, providing direct support to SACCA’s finance function.

 

Previous voluntary roles include Treasurer of People In Aid and Vice-Chair of the Norwood Adoption Committee.

 

 

Kate b&wKate Landi

Kate visited Rwanda on holiday in 2011 and was introduced to SACCA and representatives of Streets Ahead Rwanda (SAR) by Kim Rezel (her best friend of more than 30 years). Upon her return to the UK, Kate continues to support SAR and became a trustee of the charity in 2015.

 

Kate is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) and works as an HR Generalist and brings this knowledge to support SAR with the development of its long-term strategy and organisational policies.

 

 

KimKim Rezel

Kim works in a national healthcare charity, leading on service user led quality improvement activity within the NHS.

 

Kim volunteered in Rwamagana, Rwanda in 2011, whilst working in a NGO she found out about SACCA and began spending all her spare time in the girls’ house in Kayonza. After experiencing the work of SACCA, Kim continued to support the orgainsation through Streets Ahead Rwanda and joined the board of SAR when she returned to the UK.

 

 

Tinashe_BWTinashe Sithole

Tinashe read History and Politics at university and spent three years working with and fundraising for multi-national charities immediately after.

 

Moving into the private sector, he worked in digital media beginning at the Press Association, creating outstanding multimedia for PR campaigns and marketing with the biggest brands and PR agencies.

 

Tinashe now works with a brokerage which works with CSR and HR teams in businesses, helping them engage with charities more effectively through skilled volunteering programmes. He joined the SAR board in 2015, bringing communications and marketing expertise.