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UK Team

 

  • Shaenna Loughnane

    Chief Executive (Part-time)

    Shaenna first volunteered with Bridge2Aid in 2006 and officially joined the Bridge2Aid as UK Operation Director 2011. Shaenna brings a wealth of knowledge to the role of CEO and also experience as a dental practice owner and BDA Good Practice assessor. She recently graduated from CASS Business School with an MSC in NGO Management – gaining a distinction.

  • Paul Tasman

    Operations Manager

    With a successful background in business development Paul has worked in the Third Sector since 2007 working with Alzheimer’s Society and Royal Voluntary Service prior to joining Bridge2Aid.  Part of the senior management team his main areas of responsibility are managing UK and TZ operations and leading on our fundraising strategy.

  • Keith Du-Rose

    Financial Controller (part-time)

    Financial Controller Keith joined the team in May 2019. Qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1989. He has worked in both practice and industry as an accountant for nearly 30 years. He also has over 20 years working in various roles in local charities outside of his working life.

  • jackieJackie Aldridge

    Volunteer Co-ordinator (part-time)

    Jackie joined Bridge2Aid in November 2013 and works with Emma to provide a seamless volunteering experience. Jackie is also Director and Trustee of her local arts centre.

  • Emma Johnson

    Volunteer Co-ordinator (part-time)

    Emma is responsible for developing and delivering our training programmes. Working as a team with Jackie she is in contact with our volunteers from initial application through to the moment that they board the flights to Tanzania and are delivered safely to our programme team there.

  • Ian and Andie Wilson

    Founders

    Ian and Andie Wilson founded Bridge2Aid and our training model in 2002, and ran the first training programme in 2004. After living in Tanzania for 10 years they returned to the UK with their family, and continue to advise and support the team in a voluntary capacity.

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