My childhood in Kenya was a great influence on my life and I returned to travel in Africa during my two gap years. Currently I am in the fortunate position of being able to live my dream. From a small project based expedition I ran with a friend of mine called Ghana2000, the Sabre Trust has evolved. Sabre has grown and grown and from it other organisations are bearing fruit. These organisations all have the same focus, to enable the Charity to continue to grow and “punch above its weight”.
Education is at the heart of everything we do, we are always learning and must never feel we are too old to do so! I believe passionately that everybody should have an opportunity to learn, experience and develop in the way that is best for them and I work hard to create those opportunities.
Favourite Ghanaian dish?
Funniest Sabre moment?
Listening to people trying to communicate and never quite getting there
Three words to describe Sabre?
Fun, innovative & collaborative
Best Sabre experience?
Every-time I visit communities and listen to people talk about education
Most memorable Sabre moment?
Driving with volunteers, resources and our life’s belongings to Ghana in 2008 to set up Sabre’s permanent base in Elmina