Our Teams in the UK, Malawi & Nepal
Chief Executive Officer
Greg has over 40 years experience in the voluntary sector. He has been the Chief Executive of many large charities and is excellent at partnership negotiation, fundraising and providing strategic direction to organisations. His energy and enthusiasm ensure his team stay motivated and inspired.
Greg is based in the UK.
International Director of Operations
Andy has extensive experience in personal development work and has run wilderness-based personal development programmes for more than 25 years. As our International Director of Operations, Andy ensures a high quality of programme delivery across country operations and enthuses innovation.
Andy is based in Malawi.
Amy has 17 years experience of working for the charity sector, developing and fundraising for projects. As our Development Manager Amy is working to raise funds, develop new projects, partnerships and sources of income for Change For Change.
Amy is based in the UK.
The Malawi Team is led by Andy Ashworth, the International Director of Operations. Sille Lukowski is the Project Manager for Rites of Passage programme, and Samuel Mbweza is the Project Manager for the Routes to Change. They are supported by a Team Leader Grace Waluza and a team of facilitators.
Rab Anderson (right) our UK Rites of Passage programmes Coordiator. Rab is a personal development practitioner and trainer and is passionate about introducing young people to wild places, travel and expeditions. Rab has over 22 years in Her Majesty's Forces and 10 years in Government service.
Peter Lister (left) is supporting the Rites of Passage Programme Management.
Bhim Bahadur B.K
Country Director, Nepal
Bhim is an emerging development professional with more than 12 years experience in the Development field in Nepal. Him has hands on experience of designing and developing programmes for women, young people and groups that face disadvantage and discrimination. Bhim has expertise and experience coordinating and managing multi-donor funded projects.