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Glenn Huntington

Glenn HuntingtonGlenn has now retired from the Water Industry where he was a Chartered Civil Engineer with an MSc in Public Health Engineering from Imperial College London. He has extensive environmental, technical, commercial and managerial expertise in the UK & Overseas water industries gained from a career spanning over forty years. After starting his career with Black & Veatch (previously Binnie & Partners) he moved on to Mott MacDonald and two overseas postings in Nigeria and Bangladesh each lasting three years. After returning to the UK he held senior executive management positions with industry leaders Biwater, Southern Water, Degremont and Naston providing water and wastewater services to the UK and overseas water industry markets.

Having seen first-hand the degree of poverty and desperate need around the world, Glenn’s desire is to use his accumulated skills to put something back into those parts of the world that would reap the greatest benefit. The UN Millennium Goals highlighted the extent of the problem and provided a vehicle through which governments can act in a more co-ordinated and effective manner. There has been a call for industry to make their contribution towards this momentous challenge. Anazao was formed to respond to this call. Glenn feels privileged to be part of this effort.

Sue Huntington

Sue HuntingtonSue studied medicine at Manchester Medical School and after qualifying went on to complete her training as a General Practitioner in the Bedfordshire/Buckinghamshire area. She was appointed a partner in a practice in Leighton Buzzard in 1991, and after re-locating to Surrey in 2002, joined a GP practice in Hersham, Surrey in 2003 until 2016. Sue has developed a particular interest in Women’s Health.

Provision of Public Health interventions has had the greatest impact on the health and well-being of our society. We take for granted clean water supplies, our welfare system and National Health Service as well as state funded education for our children.  What we regard as “normal” are luxuries others can only dream of.

Sue brings her years of experience working as a doctor in the NHS and passion to see others benefit from basic necessities for living.

Sue is married to Glenn and they have three children.

Julie Callin

Julie trained as an Occupational Therapist and has worked in the National Health Service since qualifying in 1982. She is presently employed as Service Director for NHS Urgent Care and is responsible for Surrey Walk in Centres, providing safe, responsive urgent care for patients in North West Surrey. She is passionate about developing staff, enabling people to reach their potential and giving patients / carers a voice.

Julie brings her professional skills and experiences to Anazao. She is committed to facilitating and promoting health and well-being, and addressing the impact of social, political and environmental factors that contribute to exclusion and occupational deprivation.

Julie has travelled to both Mozambique and The Gambia in support of our community health care projects.

Gary Hyams

Gary HyamsGary is a retired Senior Partner with St. James’s Place Wealth Management. His role with this award winning wealth management group involved him giving financial advice to individuals, companies and charities on a wide range of issues. Previously he was a manager with the financial planning division of American Express, responsible for the performance, compliance and training of a large team of dedicated financial planners. 

He also acted as an Ambassador for the St. James’s Place Foundation on behalf of whom, he regularly visited various children’s charities and advised the foundation on their suitability for grant applications. Elsewhere he is a non-exec director of Lensmodern Ltd. which is an online photographic library and stock-house and also acts as the treasurer to a local history group.

Gary is enthusiastic about helping others both in his professional and private life and believes that it is essential that we do our upmost to help underprivileged children and people wherever possible. He brings his considerable expertise in finance and marketing to Anazao. He is married and lives with his wife and step-daughter. Gary joined the board of trustees and directors of Anazao in 2009.

Tim Cole

Tim ColeTim began working in the IT industry in 1999, going on to establish his own web development and IT consultancy business in 2001. Tim has worked on a variety of projects for a wide range of clients, including SABMiller, Unilever, BBC, Regus, Barclays and others. Tim previously spent considerable time in the developing world iincluding visits to Uganda, Tanzania, Colombia and Nicaragua.

Tim believes that IT and communication technology provide huge potential for the implementation of innovative solutions to the issues facing the developing world. Anazao seeks to capitalise on these opportunities with creative, strategic thinking that produces fresh imaginative solutions to these problems.

 

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Anazao is a UK based charity which aims to bring new life to broken communities around the world in accordance with the UN Millennium Development Goals. Our goal is to help alleviate the suffering and extreme poverty which blights many developing countries. Working especially with the most vulnerable including woman, orphans and other children, we attempt to help in providing a brighter future by working on education, healthcare and housing projects.

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