HHA has a diverse board to ensure we fulfil our charitable objectives with excellence, in the most effective, transparent and professional way possible. We do so in accordance with legal requirements set out by the UK's Charity Commission and specific standards set out by groups like DFID, the UN and our other partners.
Should you have any questions about our governance systems and accountability, please don't hesitate to contact us. A copy of our 2018 Annual Report can be downloaded here.
Chair of Trustees
Has spent his working life in healthcare and specifically purchasing, equipment procurement and project management. His last role at HCA International was Director of Purchasing across the six London based Hospitals, with an annual expenditure of £100m. Clive has recently retired to take up a full-time role as part of a Pastoral team in a local Church in Bromley.
Has over ten years of experience in the finance, cost and analytics space, currently acting as HSBC's Head of Cost Allocation. Previously he worked for RBS's wealth division in an Executive Decision Support role and at Lloyds Banking Group in a Finance Business Partner role. Amadi is a qualified Management Accountant and also holds a Masters in Economics Finance and Management from the University of Bristol.
Has seven years experience on the senior management team of BMS World Mission (one of the UK’s largest Christian NGOs), with specialisms of marketing and communication. Over the years Gareth has visited and worked in many developing countries in order to fundraise and promote mission to churches. He is currently Senior Minister of Broadmead Baptist Church, East London.
Dr Cheryl Battersby
Dr Cheryl Battersby is a Consultant Neonatologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital London, the tertiary referral centre for newborn infants with surgical and cardiac problems in North West London. She is also a Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London and her research interests centre on improving outcomes for preterm infants in high and low resource settings. She has been a trustee for HHA since 2012 and feels passionately that every child around the globe deserves a healthy start in life.
Michelle has over twelve years clinical experience in the NHS. Works as a Trauma and Orthopaedic Senior Registrar, specialising in Limb Reconstruction and Global Surgery. Michelle graduated from UCL medical school and holds a Masters and PhD from Warwick University. She is dedicated to developing sustainable trauma services in low to middle income countries.
Steve is the South Asia Team leader at Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW). Steven leads CSW’s advocacy work for Sri Lanka and India, whilst overseeing the work programme for Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Steve is a qualified lawyer, passionate about issues relating to law and morality, justice and rule of law.
Sam previously worked for the Global Advocacy & Influencing Director of Tearfund and visited Haiti for the first time in 2018 where she fell in love with the country and its people. Sam is also deeply passionate about issues around sustainable and ethical living and anti-trafficking. She is currently pursuing a career in sustainable fashion styling and has been a trustee with HHA since March 2018.
Alongside a 35 year city career as a freelance programme manager within Investment Banking, Insurance and Wealth Management, Bertie has travelled extensively. With roots in New Zealand and a family in London he has balanced working life with outdoor pursuits and volunteering, joining expeditions in the developing world and in recent years visiting HHA projects in Haiti (with a team from St John’s Hampton Wick) and Uganda/South Sudan
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