Trish Gribben, Writer, is a New Zealander whose work has always focused on the young. Her book Pyjamas Don’t Matter, illustrated by artist Dick Frizzell, was published internationally and translated into seven languages. Trish has worked as journalist, editor, TV producer, author. Her third art book for children, is a pop-up: SWELL The Art of Judy Millar. It follows With My Little Eye – What Michael Smither Sees and BLAST! Pat Hanly the Painter and His Protests. Trish is an extensive traveler and through this has gained an in depth knowledge of the the needs that Rose Charities New Zealand is trying to address.
Jane Midgley, accountant
Pip Neville-Barton, applied linguist
Mike Webber, optometrist;
John Veale, optometrist;
Nicola Thomas, Travel Agent Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr William Grut….. William’s academic career includes a PhD in materials science from Oxford and a masters in Parasitology and UK Boards Tropical Medicine Diploma and a Doctorate of Medicine from Kings College, London. He developed interest in international development while assisting at a hospital in Papua, New Guinea. He is one of the founders of AMDA Canada, Project IRIS Cambodia and Rose Charities. He has field work experience in SE Asia, Angola, Rwanda, Nepal, Sri Lanka. Assistant Clinical Professor of B.C. Children’s Hospital. William was one of the first UK selectees for astronaut training for ESA SpaceLab operations, a previous British relative skydiving champion and co-founder of skydving team ‘Symbiosis’.