Graham is now retired after a career in public service as a civil Servant, and later as a Member of the Competition Commission. He also worked in the business sector as the Director of National Power, and later an energy and economic consultant, working internationally. He has been a supporter and fundraiser for HART since 2014, when he visited the Lady Cox Rehabilitation Centre in Nagorno Karabagh with the HART team. He has considerable experience of the voluntary sector, and is currently President of New Brewery Arts in Cirencester, and a volunteer visitor for Age UK. We welcomed Graham to the team in July 2017.
Jo has a background in education and management consulting with 20 years of experience at Gemini Consulting and the Professional Development Network. She is passionate about raising awareness of Human Rights and HART’s work amongst young people and runs our School Outreach Programme. Contact her directly if you would like to organise a talk or workshop on Human Rights or HART’s Prize for Human Rights at email@example.com
Stuart Notholt is a writer and business analyst with more than twenty-five years’ international experience advising corporations and government agencies on the management of their communications and business risks. He is the author of a wide variety of articles and published works on ethnic conflict and crisis countermeasures. A graduate of Oxford University, he is a Fellow and Past President of the Chartered Institute of Journalists, a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and a member of the Royal African Society and the Royal United Services Institute.
Colonel David Bates ARRC FIHM FRSPH
David retired from the Regular Army last year as Director Army Nursing Services after 34 years’ service. He therefore brings a wealth of home and overseas operational health experience with him including working in austere clinical conditions and often in hostile environments. He initially volunteered to work with HART a year ago looking specifically at the health outcomes and impact of our partner PAORINHER in N Uganda.
He has subsequently joined the Board of Trustees with responsibility for oversight of HART projects and programmes across the piece and will continue to bring his planning, monitoring and evaluation experience to bear as well as providing health advice. David has wide experience at all levels as a Trustee and Non-Executive Director in ex-officio and voluntary posts at all levels. He is also a lecturer at Cumbria University where he leads on delivering Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response courses by e-learning and he serves as an Army Reservist in 77th Brigade delivering health security capacity building initiatives across the world. He lives in the North Pennines with his wife Helen and enjoys walking or running in the mountains.
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