Staff

Stuart Craig
CEO

Stuart joined the Trust as CEO in 2015 having previously worked for 24 years in International Development, most recently as a Programme Manager for Comic Relief.  He previously lived in South Africa while working as Country Director for VSO.

Gillian Attwood
South Africa Manager

Gillian works with the Trust's civil society partners in South Africa, and coordinates the Alumni Network. She has 20 years’ experience working on education and community development projects in South Africa and Lesotho. She holds a PhD in Adult Education from University of the Witwatersrand.

Eva Lenicka
Scholarships Manager

Eva manages the Trust's multiple international scholarship programmes. She joined Canon Collins Trust in 2014, having previously worked in communications. Eva holds an MSc in International Relations from Kingston University.

Roger Richards
Finance Manager

Roger has worked at the Trust since 2012. He has twelve years’ experience of financial management in the charity sector, including five years with a national disability charity. 

Tiffany Reisinger
Marketing and Administration Assistant

Tiffany joined the Trust in February 2017 as an Administration Assistant. Since then she graduated with a BCOM Management Marketing from Boston College and in 2019 she took on a full time role at the Trust, based in Johannesburg. She is passionate about social justice and equality and has previous marketing experience.

 

 

 

Catherine Sofianos
Communications Specialist

Catherine joined the Trust in 2019, and holds the Communications portfolio. She has worked in the development communication space for fifteen years, most recently as a Communications Specialist at Afrika Tikkun. She is a pioneer at heart, and passionately committed to using visual storytelling to influence social change. She has a Masters in Film and TV, and one in Applied Linguistics.

Nobulali Dangazele
Nobulali Dangazele
Fundraiser and Partnerships Manager

“Lali” Dangazele is reading for a PhD in Business Management from Warwick Business School. Her research in Strategy-as-Practice explored the role of embodied interaction among top management teams in away strategy meetings. Following the completion of her Masters in Dramatic Arts, for which she was awarded a Mandela Rhodes scholarship, she started ShakeXperience ®, an applied theatre company best known for the award-winning African adaptation of George Orwell's Animal Farm